David Luiz insists his goal is to win more silverware after returning to Chelsea for a second spell on deadline day.
Luiz left Stamford Bridge back in 2014 to join Paris Saint-Germain for £50million and the defender enjoyed a hugely successful time in France, picking up nine trophies along the way.
The 29-year-old has now left the Parc des Princes and re-signed for the Blues after the two clubs came to an agreement on a transfer fee on Wednesday, believed to be worth around £30m.
His return is arguably the story of the summer window and attentions are already being turned towards helping the club win back the Premier League title they lost to Leicester City last season.
The Brazil international won the Champions League, Europa League and FA Cup in his first spell with Chelsea, but taking the top prize in England evaded his grasp.
Luiz has unfinished business to attend too and he says adding that elusive trophy to the cabinet is a major goal of his.
“Of course I want to win the Premier League, and of course I want to win all the titles again,” he told ChelseaTV. “I am here because I have ambition to play for a big club, and when you play for a big club, you need to think about winning every single match.”
Luiz is expected to be thrown straight into the starting line-up for the away clash at Swansea City on September 11 and punters may decide to use their free bet on the new arrival making an instant impact.
Chelsea have lost just one of the last eight meetings with the Swans but that defeat came the last time the two went head-to-head back in April.