Manchester City's new £27 million man Edin Dzeko admits he will soon be "ready for anything" following his debut against Wolves.
The 24-year-old told talkSPORT: "I was nervous because it was my debut but we won the game and that was important for us."
Despite not playing a competitive fixture for a month, the Bosnian played the full 90 minutes in against Mick McCarthy's side and believes he will soon re-gain match sharpness and be at his best.
"I had a break and this is just one game after 25 days, I need a few games and I will be ready for anything," he added.
Dzeko also believes the early signs are good regarding his partnership with Carlos Tevez after City scored four goals in their narrow 4-3 win over the Premier League strugglers.
"It was our first game and we scored four goals, if we can win games like this I will be happy," he continued.
Involved in setting up Yaya Toure for City’s third, Dzeko won praise from boss Roberto Mancini.
The Italian told Sky Sports: "Dzeko played well, his first game with us, his first game for 30 days, he played very well."
City raced into a 4-1 lead during through goals from Kolo and Yaya Toure and a Tevez brace although despite Wolves clawing a further two goals back, the Eastlands outfit held on to move to the top of the table.