New Nottingham Forest striker Daryl Murphy wants to be part of something special at the club after penning a three-year deal at The City Ground.
The experienced striker made the move from Newcastle United, joining for an undisclosed fee, and believes his experience can help the squad this season.
He said: "It is great to have finally signed and be here to meet all the lads.
"There is a good feel about the club from the moment I came in. I have been talking to everyone and it all seems to be in the right order and looking up. It is a good time to be signing and hopefully be part of something special.
"I am coming here, I'm feeling fresh and I am looking forward to getting started. Hopefully I can bring a bit of experience to the team as it is a young squad and hopefully I can help the younger players out, get on the pitch and score some goals.
"I have admired the manager over the years with what he has done with previous teams. I remember playing against Brentford a few years back; with their style of play and the way they kept the ball you always knew it was going to be a tough game. They played some attractive football and created chances so I am looking forward to that."