The midfielder signed for Manchester City for £30 million from Shakhtar Donetsk.
Manchester City’s new signing Fernandinho has targeted Champions League glory with his new club according to Sky Sports.
The midfielder made the move from Shakhtar Donetsk last week and is looking forward to the new season with his new club.
The Brazilian waved £4 million that Shakhtar owed him, showing how much he wanted to come to the Etihad.
“I hope it will be an excellent performance from City in the competition,” said Fernandinho.
“That would motivate the supporters and lead us to the final games of the competition. A cup would be incredible, and the best in Europe? I believe we can do it.”
The midfielder looks set to be one of many new faces at the Etihad this summer, with Sevilla winger Jesus Navas having already arrived for £17 million.
The club are also interested in signing Napoli striker Edinson Cavani but will face competition from Real Madrid and Chelsea for the highly rated Uruguay international.
Another possible signing could be Malaga play-maker Isco, who was part of Spain’s victorious under 21 team at this summers European Championships.
New boss Manuel Pellegrini shares a close bond with the midfielder and wants to bring him to the Etihad although Real Madrid are also after the highly gifted Spaniard.