Robert Lewandowski was officially unveiled as a Barcelona player on Thursday in a small ceremony in Miami. The striker began his speech speaking fluent Catalan.
We captured everything the striker said at his unveiling.
"Hello and thank you very much. My name is Robert, I'm from Poland, and I live in Barcelona. I'm glad to be here," Lewandowski began.
"In football it's important to have the will to win and I think I'm in the best place to do that. I'm hungry for goals.
"We have a lot of work to do, but there is a lot of quality in the squad and a lot of potential. I'm at a good club.
"I have done the last few training sessions with my teammates and I am ready to play in the next game [against Real Madrid].
"I hope I can score a lot of goals, that's my challenge," Lewandowski concluded.
Lewandowski is not a man for many words, his goals have done a lot of talking for him.
The Polish striker outscored Lionel Messi (329) and Cristiano Ronald (323) with his 344 goals during his 8 years at Bayern.
Source: FC Barcelona