Rolando Aarons is keen to impress Sheffield Wednesday during his loan spell between now and the end of the season.
The new Owls’ boss Steve Bruce bolstered his attacking options by landing the 23-year-old on loan from Premier League side Newcastle United on deadline day last month.
Aarons is yet to start for Wednesday but is looking to make a name for himself at Hillsborough.
He has said, as per a report by the Chronicle Live: “It’s a very important loan. I look at every game the same. I want to do my best. I want to make assists, take players on and score goals”
“I look at every game as important and being here at Sheffield Wednesday is an opportunity to show everyone in England what I can do. I have been ready (to start) since I signed. When the gaffer decides to put me in, I will be ready to show what I can do.”
The winger also added: “I’m definitely not a striker. I played up front in the Czech Republic. It was different playing with my back to goal. I learned how to use my body differently and play in different areas in the pitch. I feel I’m stronger on the wings”.
Aarons joined Newcastle in 2012 from Bristol City and has played 27 games for their first-team altogether. He has also endured loan spells at Italian Serie A side Hellas Verona and most recently Czech outfit Slovan Liberec.