Daniel Ricciardo shocked the Formula 1 paddock by announcing that he would be leaving Renault ahead of the 2020 season to replace Carlos Sainz at McLaren.
The Australian driver had only spent one season with the French outfit before making the move to the McLaren, and he said at the time that the motivation behind the decision was to find a team where he could fight for the world championship.
And despite finishing behind his younger teammate Lando Norris in the first two races of this year, Ricciardo told Sky Sports Italy that he thinks McLaren is the right place for him to chase that goal.
"I think McLaren is the right team to fulfil the dream of winning the world championship," he said.
"I feel good, even if I am not yet at the point where I can compete at that level. I have only done two races, but the feeling is good. (Lando) Norris seems to me to be at the pace of Red Bull, and he did very well at Imola.
"I like his style, he is strong, pushes hard and has a good head. It's a good challenge, and I'm ready and loaded for everything. I'm at a good point in my career, I have experience but still a lot of motivation. I don't feel like I've arrived yet."