Michael Vick has revealed that he has "never been more excited" to play in the first game of the NFL season.
The Philadelphia Eagles quarterback has been working with the team's new coaching staff over the off-season.
Speaking at a press conference, the 33-year-old said: "All I know is that I've never been more excited to start a season and to see what we can become. I've worked extremely hard to get myself in this position.
"I'm very happy to be here. But there is so much work to do, and we have to make sure we pay attention to detail to play the kind of game we are capable of playing. I'm not getting ahead of myself at all.
"Washington's defense is outstanding. We have to be ready for anything. Turnovers just have to stop. It's a mindset that everyone has to have. We just can't keep leaving points and big plays out on the field."
The Eagles play the Washington Redskins tomorrow.