Ju Young Park knows that he still has lots to learn at Arsenal, but is convinced he's got a big part to play in the club's future, despite having to settle for a place behind Robin Van Persie in the attacking pecking order.
The 26-year-old South Korean international hasn't yet managed to force his way into Arsene Wenger's first-team reckoning on a regular basis, but has set his sights on further action in the future.
"My goal, first of all, is to play in as many games as possible and to show what I can do," Park told Arsenal Player. "That means scoring as many goals as I can and making people happy.
"I have to prepare well to be able to do this. I just have to do my best in my role."
Yet to feature in the Barclays Premier League, Park has so far been restricted to Carling Cup and UEFA Champions League appearances for the Gunners, but the forward - who admits he is still adapting to the rigours of the English game - is confident he can progress along with his teammates.
"For the team to succeed we have to win all the games and for that to happen all the players have to do their job," he added. "Only then can it be possible.
"I think I have to learn more and prepare more to be able to do that and give my best form.
"It is the best league and I do think the football here is very fast. Also the people's desire to win is much stronger than I had expected."