Christian Benteke is determined to prove his doubters wrong by proving he can play a more technical style of football at Liverpool.
Prior to his £32.5 million move from Aston Villa to Anfield many, including Villans boss Tim Sherwood, claimed the Belgium international was merely a target man who thrives on crosses into the box.
And Benteke, who opened his Liverpool account with a stunning volley in a 2-1 friendly win over Swindon, dismissed the notion and revealed he confronted his former manager about his comments.
"I don't believe that what he said is true and I told him that," Benteke told the Liverpool Echo.
"I spoke with him and I explained the situation. I said football has changed and the football now is modern and I can adapt.
"It is not just about crossing, I can score normal goals too. I told him I am not afraid about it. If Liverpool bought me then they know how to use me.
"That's why I came here – I'll show I can play with my feet too."