Adrian Ramos is convinced he can fill the goalscoring void left by Robert Lewandowski when he completes his move to Borussia Dortmund this summer.
BVB confirmed on Wednesday that the Colombia international has agreed a four-year deal with Jurgen Klopp's outfit, who are reported to have paid €9 million (£7.5m) to Hertha for his signature.
Ramos will move to Signal Iduna Park as a replacement for Poland international Lewandowski, who will join champions Bayern Munich in the summer, but the 28-year-old says he is far from daunted by the task.
"It's something I'm pretty proud of. Everyone wants to play for Dortmund. I am happy with this important step in my career," he is quoted as saying by Colombian newspaper El Tiempo.
"Robert has scored a lot of goals, I know the comparisons with him will come. But I trust myself for this task."
Ramos has scored 16 times in 29 appearances for Hertha this season in the Bundesliga, helping them push for a top-half finish for the campaign.