Having recently signed for AC Milan, André Silva is hoping that his goals can help fire the Rossoneri to the Scudetto.
The Portuguese striker recently signed from FC Porto for a reported fee of €38 million, making him their fourth big capture of the transfer window after the signings of Mateo Musacchio, Ricardo Rodriguez, and Franck Kessie.
"I chose Milan because they're a club with great history in the Champions League, I'm happy that Milan wanted me and I couldn't pass up this opportunity," Silva told Milan TV.
"I hope to help Milan in the coming seasons. With the level of the team, I hope to win the League, to win as many games as possible."
Before the new Serie A season begins, Silva will join up with the Portugal national team for the 2017 Fifa Confederations Cup.
"On a personal level, I want to do my best to help Milan reach our objectives," Silva added. "Now I'll play the Confederations Cup, and I hope it all goes well, then I'll come here to give my all."
Portugal are in Group A in the Confederations Cup, where they will face Russia and New Zealand after taking on Mexico in their first match of the competition on Sunday the 18th.