Manchester United midfielder Bastian Schweinsteiger has insisted that he wants to add his own qualities to his new side's game.
Schweinsteiger recently completed a £14m move to the former Premier League champions, and the World Cup winner has been quick to highlight that he still has a lot to bring to Old Trafford despite some questions about his age.
"I want to make a positive impact and I think I can contribute a lot to the team. I'm confident I can adjust to the Premier League," said Schweinsteiger, according to The Mirror.
"My style of play is to control a game. [To do that] you have to be smart in your brain and fast.
"For me, it's very important to control a situation in defence. You can always score goals, but you have to add stability in the defence. I want to add my quality to United's game. When I see what we do in practise and the quality we have I am sure we have the chance to win titles. I am convinced about that."