Manchester United have finally secured the services of Harry Maguire and the defender promised to "give everything" to his new side.
The Red Devils sealed the England international's signature for a reported fee of £80million from Leicester City, making him the world's most expensive centre-back, eclipsing the £75million Liverpool paid Southampton for Virgil van Dijk.
Maguire, who scored five goals in 76 appearances for the Foxes, signed a six-year deal with the option of another year at Old Trafford and he expressed his joy at joining 'such a big club' while speaking to MUTV.
"It's a really proud moment to join such a big club," he said. "You always dream of walking out at Wembley and Old Trafford - they're the two big stadiums when you're a young kid.
"It's an amazing club, a club I've always watched and looked up to when I was younger and now I'm part of it. The atmosphere and the stadium itself is just so unique and so special.
"Experience is a big thing - you play a lot of games as a young boy and you learn a lot of things, like I did in League One and moved up to the Championship. I felt like that really helped me.
"First and foremost, I see myself as a good defender, I'm in the team to stop goals and keep clean sheets.
"I'm a team player. I'll give everything I can for the team and everything I've got for this club."