Teams: Derby County, Burton Albion
Robert Earnshaw isn't bothered about having the record-signing tag added to his name.
The striker cost £3.5m from Norwich City last week to become Derby County's first summer signing since promotion to the Premier League.
It's £500,000 more than the Rams have ever spent before and with that can come added pressure on the player in question.
But Earnshaw told his first interview with RamsWorld that he isn't concerned.
"I'm used to taking things on my shoulders and carrying on playing and enjoying my football," the 26-year-old revealed in an interview soon to be screened.
"That's what I'll be doing here and hopefully I can be a big part of this team.
"I've got nothing to prove, I just want to play football, simple as that.
"I just want to be on the pitch. So many people ask me about West Brom, what it was like there, and I always say that it was good.
"I enjoyed the training, and I've got some great memories from playing at places like Highbury and Old Trafford, when we got draws at both grounds in the same season.
"I scored goals at West Brom and had a good time there when I did play so there's nothing for me to prove, all I want to do is play football.
"All I want to be is enjoying myself out on the pitch and I'm looking forward to doing that here."
Earnshaw arrives at Derby on the back of more than 150 career goals with Cardiff City, the Baggies and latterly Norwich City, as well as an excellent strike rate at international level with Wales.
He joined the Canaries in January 2006 from West Brom and scored 27 goals in East Anglia, despite also being troubled by injury last season.
And the lure of a return to the top-flight was too good to ignore.
"It was a must really, I couldn't turn it down," he said.
"The decision was whether I spent another year in the Championship or moved to the Premier League where hopefully I can get better and better.
"There really was no choice - I couldn't resist it."
Earnshaw is also looking forward to working with Rams boss Billy Davies.
"What he's said to me is that he wanted me to come, and with the amount of money the club has paid it was clear they wanted me playing here," he said.
"I want to play football and if I can do that in the Premier League, with a manager who wants me, that is perfect.
"I'm looking forward to working with Billy, playing against the best teams and doing well for this club."
Earnshaw will start his pre-season a week later than the rest of the Derby squad having been given an extra period away following an extended season that included internationals for Wales in June.
Originally Posted by Nico
I dont belive in jinxing mate, I do belive in playing at home with a 2-0 advantage against a team which I cant see scoring 2 goals!
Of course, if we lose, I'll never admit it was me who wrote this.
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