MILLWALL new-boy Andy Keogh is looking to score the goals that will ensure the Lions begin next season in the Championship.
The Irishman admits that he saw a move to The Den as a new challenge and that he is relishing the chance to test himself.
"It's a chance to play football and to help the team climb back up the table. If you don't challenge yourself then you just plod along in life," he told the Southwark News.
"I'm very happy to be here, and now I'm looking forward to getting going and getting things underway."
The striker also conceded that finding a club that wanted him on a permanent basis was a key factor in his decision to come to SE16.
“A permanent move is a lot better for your family and to help you settle, that was the first thing on the agenda for me.”
"My main aim was to secure a move to a club that showed real interest in me, and that's what happened so I'm really happy.
"I just want to play football and enjoy myself.
"I think I've proven myself at Championship level in games I've played before in this league, but it's about getting more consistency and a good run of games."