New Bayern Munich winger Leroy Sane has made winning the Champions League his "top priority" in Bavaria.
Sane's long-awaited move from Manchester City to Bayern in his native Germany was confirmed on Friday.
The 24-year-old has signed a five-year contract following a transfer for which, Stats Perform News understands, Bayern have paid an initial €49million (£44.5m), potentially rising to €60m (£54.5m).
Sane was a Bayern target last year before injury ruled him out for much of the 2019-20 campaign, but he is delighted to have finalised the deal, quickly revealing some lofty ambitions.
"FC Bayern is a great club with big goals and these goals suit me as well," Sane said. "I'm looking forward to the new challenge and can't wait to train with the team.
"I know Hansi Flick from the under-21 national team, we had a very good relationship there.
"I want to win as many trophies as possible with FC Bayern, and the Champions League is the top priority."
Sane will not be available for Bayern in this season's Champions League, however, with the Bundesliga champions considered among the favourites ahead of August's eight-team finals.
Meanwhile, Bayern sporting director Hasan Salihamidzic thanked City for "trusting and constructive negotiations", and the Premier League club wished Sane well.
Manager Pep Guardiola, formerly of Bayern, said: "We wish Leroy all the best in this new chapter of his career.
"Leroy has been part of one of the most special periods in this club's history and he leaves with the best wishes of everyone here at Manchester City."
City director of football Txiki Begiristain added: "From arriving as a fledgling young talent four years ago, we are proud of the contribution Leroy has made since joining Manchester City.
"He leaves with many friends and fond memories of his time at the Etihad."
Sane scored 39 goals in 135 appearances for City in all competitions, helping Guardiola's side to win the Premier League and EFL Cup in 2017-18 followed by a domestic treble the following season.
He addressed the City fans on his Twitter page, writing: "Thanks so much for the great time and all the support over the past four years.
"It has been a really intense and successful time which I surely won't forget."