Bibras Natkho is confident he can lift CSKA Moscow out of the Champions League Group of Death after signing a four-year deal.
The Israel star Natkho followed up his debut goal against former club Rubin Kazan with a hat-trick for the Russian champions in their 6-0 win over Rostov.
He believes CSKA have nothing to fear after being drawn in Group E alongside Bayern Munich, Manchester City and Roma.
Natkho said: “It’s the most difficult group and nobody is expecting very much from us, but from situations like that the best things can happen.”
Meanwhile, Tom Rosenthal has left Watford to join SV Zuite Waregem in the Belgian Premier Division.
The son of former Liverpool and Spurs favourite Ronnie, Rosenthal was on a two-year scholarship at Watford, but he found the offer of a two-year professional contract too good to turn down.
His father, Ronnie, said: “It’s a great opportunity for him to play first-team football. Belgium is his second home.