NEW signing Ciaran Kilduff has already made a league title success his target following his move to Dundalk
The 26-year-old has ended a frustrating spell at St Patrick's Athletic and hooked up with Dundalk to aid the defence of their league title.
Kilduff started just eight league games for the Saints this season but Dundalk boss Stephen Kenny was keen to get a quality striker on board, Kenny admitting last week they had failed to replace Pat Hoban, and Kilduff fitted the bill.
"Hopefully we can get this over the line, hopefully win a league because that's what is expected," said the former UCD and Shamrock Rovers man, who previously worked under Kenny at Rovers.
"I want to win everything. I am disappointed myself that I missed out on Europe. I missed out on it for Pat's a few weeks ago to come here and I was too late for the games against BATE Borisov. I am making up for lost time.
"I am delighted to get the deal over the line. I have worked with Stephen Kenny before and I can't wait to play under him here"