Christian Pulisic says he will attempt to have the same impact at Chelsea as Eden Hazard has managed.
The American has been in England getting used to his new surroundings, with photographs showing him wearing a Blues shirt on Tuesday.
He signed for Chelsea for £58million back in January, following three years at Borussia Dortmund.
Despite falling out of favour a little in Germany, huge things are expected of the USA superstar.
Speaking to BBC Sport about what he hopes to achieve at Stamford Bridge, Pulisic singled out Hazard as inspiration:
It is incredible to see what Eden can do. He is a guy to look up to and what I would love to become.
It is definitely a goal. Any player would be dumb not to want to be in the same team as him.
Hazard is expected to join Real Madrid once the season reaches its conclusion, with Pulisic seemingly brought in as a replacement.
The youngster will have a huge job on his hands when it comes to matching the Belgian’s feats, although there is no doubt about his potential.
It will be fascinating to see how he adjusts to life in the Premier League.
Gallery: Chelsea's 5 most expensive signings
5. Jorginho - £51million
The Italian arrived from Napoli last summer, but hasn’t quite managed to hit the heights many expected of him.
It is still early days in his Chelsea career, though.
4. Fernando Torres - £53million
Perhaps one of the biggest flops in Premier League history, Torres was past his best by the time he joined Chelsea in 2011.
The striker was a shadow of the player who tore defences apart at Liverpool.
3. Christian Pulisic - £58million
Pulisic arrives with a big reputation, but can he back up the hype?
The American is a hugely gifted forward with pace and trickery in abundance.
2. Alvaro Morata - £59million
Morata looked like a superb signing after joining from Real Madrid, but he quickly dipped alarmingly.
Now on loan at Atletico Madrid, it is hard to see him having a future at Chelsea.
1. Kepa Arrizabalaga - £72million
Kepa is not only Chelsea’s record signing, but also the most expensive goalkeeper in history.
He has largely impressed during his first year at Stamford Bridge, although it hasn’t all been plain sailing.