Febian Brandy has revealed that he wants to be part of the big plans that David Weir has in place for Sheffield United.
The striker was one of four new signings announced by the Blades on Tuesday and the 24-year-old is keen to get started.
He said: "I had offers for the Championship but this club is going places. I hope this club is destined for big things and I want to be part of it.
"Sheffield United has a great history and I've spoken with David Weir and he has got big plans - I agree with them. It is an exciting time, the club was unlucky to miss out on promotion and we are keen to put that right this season."
The former Manchester United youngster has also revealed that he consulted a number of friends, who convinced him that signing for the Blades was the best option.
"I've known Kevin McDonald since we were together at Notts County and I grew up with Nick Blackman - I've spoken to him a lot throughout the summer and said some very nice things about this club.
"This season I want United to get promoted, that's the aim, it is a team that everyone knows should be the Championship."
Brandy joined the Blades on Tuesday along with Stephen McGinn, Sean McGinty and Jasper Johns.