'You can do anything' is the new motto of RB Leipzig, and summer signing Andre Silva has adopted that as his own mantra as he looks ahead to a new season at a new club.
The Portuguese forward arrives in Leipzig after scoring 28 Bundesliga goals for Eintracht Frankfurt last season, finishing second only to Robert Lewandowski in the top-scorer's chart, and he says he was just getting started .
"The RB Leipzig motto is 100% identical to my own way of thinking," Silva said. "You should never set any limits and you should always try to do your best and achieve the best possible, and I don't want to set any limits when it comes to objectives.
"I always want to keep improving, and with that in mind, the result can be seen at the end of the season."
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Silva, 25, featured only three times as a substitute for Portugal at Euro 2020 this summer and, as such, is raring to get back in regular action, though he has warned that he will probably need some time to settle into his new surroundings, with new teammates and a new style of play.
He scored 12 in his first season for Frankfurt following a move from AC Milan, before exploding last term. He knows the Bundesliga defences well enough to be able to do more damage in his first season in a Leipzig shirt, however.
"I want to fit in here as quickly as possible and give it my best," Silva said. "Leipzig's attack-minded approach suits me down to the ground and I think I can really make a mark here. Given the large amount of possession [that Leipzig tend to enjoy], we're going to be able to create regular goalscoring opportunities and of course I hope to score a few myself."
Silva revealed that much of the groundwork has been laid over the past few weeks, with regular contact with new Leipzig coach Jesse Marsch.
"[He] called me often during his holiday," Silva said at his official presentation. "We spoke about his ideas and the playing system and he outlined how he would like me to fit in and how he sees my role within the team,
"I've had some good talks with the coach and that certainly also contributed to me choosing to join Leipzig in the end. The club's management have also made it clear to me that we – the club and I – are on a very similar wavelength.
"We both have big ambitions and want to improve constantly. To develop as a person and as a sportsman is the most important thing for me."
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