Josh Mulligan hopes to cap his loan spell with Cove Rangers as a title winner.
Cove have topped League 2 for most of the season and will look to strengthen their squad further this month.
Mulligan is a new arrival himself, having signed on loan from Dundee last week. The 17-year-old made his first senior appearance for the Dark Blues against Cove in the Betfred Cup in July.
The Aberdeen side hold a two-point advantage over Edinburgh City, as the division’s top two clubs continue to push each other at the summit. The two sides meet again next month at the Balmoral Stadium.
With his loan deal at Cove lasting until the end of the season, the teenage midfielder wants to cap it with success.
Mulligan said: “Winning the league, first and foremost (is the aim). Personally, to get goals and assists, but the most important thing is wins.
“Winning the league is what we want to do here, that’s the aim.
“It’s a good squad and we’ve got a good group of players. We can definitely do it. We just need to go out on the pitch and show it.”
Mulligan made his debut in the 5-1 win over Brechin City on Saturday, coming on as a second-half substitute.
Manager Paul Hartley said after the game he hoped Mulligan could fill the void left by Declan Glass, who starred in a loan deal from Dundee United before returning to his parent club last week.
Hartley and Mulligan first crossed paths while the former was Dundee manager, with the new signing playing well above his age group in the club’s reserve side.
Mulligan said: “I was only 13 or 14 but I was playing with the reserves at that age. I remember him coming down to a few games and putting his arm round me, giving me a bit of advice. He’s still the same; he’s a good manager and I’m happy to be here.
“He’s got a lot of experience in the game and definitely knows what he’s talking about. I just need to listen to him and keep doing what I’m doing.
“You see Declan Glass – he’s performed here and I want to do the same. I should have scored on Saturday but the keeper made a good save. I just want to get goals and help the team win games.”
The connection between current Dundee boss James McPake and Hartley also helped, with the two working together at Dens Park.
Mulligan has made three senior appearances for the Championship outfit – all in the Betfred Cup – and has been on the bench in three league fixtures.
He added: “Coming in and meeting all the boys has been good. I just want to kick on from here.”
“I missed a chance and I should have scored against Cove – I got a bit of doing from the Dundee boys. But I know it’s a good setup here and the boys have been good with me.”