Jeremy Lin has outlined his desire to get back to his best form following his move to the Charlotte Hornets.
The point guard hit the headlines in the 2011-12 season when he performed at a high level for the New York Knicks, earning plaudits from across the league.
However, Lin's form declined when he signed for the Houston Rockets, and struggled last year with the Los Angeles Lakers, but he is hopeful that he can get back to his best with the Hornets.
"I want to get back to what makes me what I am as a player, which is being aggressive, being on the attack and always charging toward the rim," Lin told reporters.
"I think that will help create easier shots for this team."
Lin has averaged 11.7 points per game over the course of his five-year career in the NBA.