PROLIFIC goal scorer Roy Krishna is looking forward to teaming up with Auckland City in the upcoming FIFA world club championship.
The mercurial striker was approached by his new club after his splendid achievements with Waitakere United over the past four years — scoring 55 goals in 75 appearances.
Krishna said he wanted to help his new teammates at the world meet and would give his outmost best to do his club proud.
He also thanked his former team for the exposure and achievements he made during his four-year stint with the club.
"The reason for moving to Auckland City is because I wanted to do something new," said Krishna.
"The big step is to play in the FIFA world cup club championship which is the main reason of my move.
"But I always cherish the moments I spent with Waitakere and I am ready to give my best for my new club."
The former national rep has also declared his availability to represent the country if the opportunity comes up.
"Playing for the country is always a privilege but it depends on my club's commitment," he said.
"But I am always ready to play for Fiji if given the chance by my club and the national team selectors."
National soccer coach Carlos Buzetti said Krishna was a quality player which was one of the reasons he joined Auckland.
"He's committed with Auckland City and showed the quality he has without any doubt," he said.
"Roy has matured and has always worked hard at training.
"He has developed into a star player."