New signing Aboubakar Kamara believes he repeat his success of last season by helping Fulham to reach the top flight just he did with Amiens last term.

The French forward, who made his first appearance for Fulham in yesterday’s 1-1 draw with Norwich, scored a vital goal on the final day of the French Ligue 2 campaign that helped Amiens leap four places into the automatic promotion spots. Speaking to the Football League Paper prior to his lively debut against the Canaries, the 22 year-old said:

It’s great what we did last season – the first time (winning promotion to Ligue 1 for Amiens) – but now this is in the past. Now I focus on what’s in front. Today I’m at Fulham and I’ll try to reproduce the same feat as last season with Amiens. I will give my best.

I need to do my job in front of goal and I think, I if I’m able to do this, then the fans will be pleased with me, and so will I. I don’t know how many goals I’m going to be able to score here, but we’ll soon see what will happen. I’ll be doing everything to bring goals and provide good football.

The early signs are encouraging at least. The first sight of Kamara in a Fulham shirt saw him make a few intelligent runs and the 22 year-old was eager to have a shot a goal from, something that had been lacking at times last season.