Kevin Trapp has said that he hopes his move to Paris Saint-Germain will help his chances of being called up to the German national side.
The 25-year-old joined the French champions last week after spending three seasons at Bundesliga outfit Eintracht Frankfurt.
He will face competition at club level from PSG's first-choice goalkeeper Salvatore Sirigu, but he is confident of becoming a regular for the club and making an impact for his country.
"PSG are one of the biggest clubs in the world, I want to win trophies," Trapp told reporters. "I know that Sirigu is a great goalkeeper who won titles. I came to improve myself.
"I want to give the best of me to play in the starting XI, it is my goal. I know what I'm capable of and I have to work to get there. I am not intimidated by the great players of PSG, I also want to win titles. I do not know if I will be number one, the decision rests with the coach. There's no clause in my contract.
"The style of play of a goalkeeper has changed since Manuel Neuer at the World Cup. The keeper is an outfield player, who must anticipate a lot. My goal is to join the national team but Neuer is excellent, everyone knows that."
Trapp made 22 appearances in the Bundesliga for Frankfurt last season.