RICARDO Fuller wants to be Millwall's main man next season.
The Jamaican striker, who signed a one-year contract at The Den last week, has set his sights on being the Lions' top scorer.
Fuller turns 35 later this year but insists he is still the same player that scored 43 goals in 182 appearances for Stoke.
"My game hasn't changed because the fire still burns inside me," Fuller told the Southwark News.
"I still get angry when I lose or when I miss a chance. That tells me I'm still the same player.
"I'm still aggressive, strong and pacey even though I’m 34. Sometimes I'm too quick for my own good and I pull a hamstring because I'm trying to move too fast.
"But it's good when I see those signs because it tells me I've still got plenty left in the tank.
"Hopefully I can prove that with Millwall. You evolve as a player – the older you get, the more experienced you get and the wiser you become.
"Of course I've evolved as a player but the fire still burns."
Fuller added: "I like to be the focal point of attacks.
"I've been the leading goalscorer at all of my former clubs and, touch wood, that will be the case again at Millwall.
"I’ve always had that ambition – to score goals and be the focal point. If I can get the service then I’m confident the goals will come for me.
"I'm still going to create goals for myself and for the team because I know how to score, how to create and how to make life difficult for other teams.
"I want to play against every centre half as if there were four of me – that’s who I am."