Motherwell forward Alan Gow insists he he does not have a point to prove in the SPL, after Craig Brown signed the former Rangers player on a short-term deal.
Once touted as one of the hottest prospects in Scotland, Gow's career has hit a stumbling block in recent years, with an ill-fated move to Rangers in 2007 arguably responsible for starting the decline.
Gow, 27, starred as a youngster for Clydebank, Airdire United and then Falkirk, before moving to Ibrox - where he failed to earn a regular starting place in Walter Smith's side.
Loan moves to Blackpool and Norwich followed, before a permanent move to Plymouth also failed to yield success, with Gow returning to Scotland to play for Hibernian on a short-term deal.
But having been given a chance to reignite his career at Motherwell, the forward insists he is just concentrating on playing football, and feels he has nothing to prove in the SPL.
"I don't think I've got a point to prove," he said. "I've done it before in the [Scottish] Premier League so I just need to show that I can do it again.
"It's good to sort my future out and hopefully I can get back playing as soon as possible. I've just been keeping myself fit and waiting to sign somewhere eventually. I'm just looking forward to playing now.
"I spoke to a few clubs. But I've probably made a few moves that I shouldn't have and this time I wanted to take my time making a decision and find somewhere that suited me."