Nigeria forward Paul Onuachu is eager to help KRC Genk win trophies after joining the Belgian league champions from Danish club, FC Midtjylland.
Onuachu, 25, ended his seven years stay in Denmark by penning a four- year contract with Genk on Thursday.
“This is a big moment for my career and I feel proud of my achievements so far,” Onuachu told BBC Sport.
“I have joined a big club and I hope to win trophies with Genk. I can’t wait for what the future holds here.
“I thank FC Midtjylland for everything and where I am today, a big thanks to the fans and everyone connected to the team.”
Onuachu made 181 appearances for FC Midtjylland scoring 74 goals and providing 23 assists, helping the club to a Danish league title in 2018 and Danish Cup in 2019.
He will join up with former MFM of Lagos striker, Stephen Odey at Genk.