Northampton Saints fly-half Stephen Myler senses that the quality brought to the club by new signing Kahn Fotuali'i will bring success.
Fotuali'i was one of a three star signings to arrive at Northampton over the off-season, including Lions duo Alex Corbisiero and George North.
Capable of playing at either scrum-half or fly-half, Myler stated that despite the experience of his partnership with England number nine Lee Dickson, working with Fotuali'i would add something new into the mix.
"Obviously I've played with Lee for a long time and we know each other inside and out," said Myler to the Northampton Chronicle and Echo.
"Kahn coming in, I've seen him play and he's a very good player. He's experienced as well.
"We've strengthened our squad and Kahn is one of those guys who is definitely going to add something to us.
"It's player like Kahn we need to come in and boost our team when we're playing and hopefully take us to that next level."
Speaking himself to The Rugby Paper, Fotuali'i underlined that his natural position was scrum-half, but a stint in the ten shirt was not out of the question.
"I won't be too shy to put my hand up but I'm definitely here to be a nine and maybe cover ten if needs be," said Fotuali'i.
"I like to fill in at ten every now and then but I guess the way the game is going, it's quick ball and it's a lot faster and even though I'm playing nine, sometimes I will step up at first receiver.
"I've got the number nine on my jersey but I could be in that back line anywhere, it depends on how we want to play the game and how the coaches want to play it.
"I just love playing footie and if players around you are playing well that makes your job a whole lot easier, you can just focus on what you have to do.
"If we get a lot of clarity among the boys then that helps but we all have to take ownership of what we can do on the field.
"If we gel and get the combinations going and all buy into what the coaches want us to do and put 100 per cent into it, it should all come off."