Asisat Oshoala hungry for success after Barcelona signing
The 24-year-old shone brightly with Llius Cortes' ladies in her brief loan move from Chinese Women's Super League side Dalian Quanjian in January.
During her four-month loan spell, she scored eight goals in 11 outings, including Barcelona's first Uefa Women's Champions League final goal, in a 4-1 loss to Lyon two weeks ago.
"It's an interesting journey to look up to. I'm looking forward to having a memorable season and a great time with the team Barcelona.
"I'm not promising the team a league Liga Iberdrola title but obviously I mean a better fight and toughen the team to able to challenge for titles.
"It just happened for me the way it happened in our final match against Lyon. I was happy to be able to do my job as a striker.
"It was a good day in the office for me as an individual to come off the bench and score but it was not for us the team. I still believe we could have achieved more in the final as a team."
Despite the team's failed title bid, the forward's increasing importance to the Spanish outfit was underlined by Friday's news of her permanent deal, reportedly worth 20,000 euros.