The 64-year-old replaced Subash Bhowmick as Technical Director on the 17th of July.
Sukhwinder Singh says it is an honour and a challenge to lead Churchill Brothers after taking over as Technical Director.
The former India under-23 coach has been chosen to replace Subash Bhowmick, who successfully led the club to the I-League title last season, at the Fatorda Stadium.
Singh immediately laid out his ambitions for the Red Machines and acknowledged that the the high expectations at the club dictate he must deliver at least one trophy during the 2013/14 campaign.
“It’s an honour to be part of a champion team. At the same time, it’s a challenge also,” the 64-year-old said to Goal.com
“That’s what I noticed and I know both the things – you cannot be more than champions, as the expectations will naturally be there, but it’s more difficult to maintain that tag of being champions.
“Targets are there,” he added. “We will sit together and try things the best possible way. The Goa League, I-League, Federation Cup – these are all our targets and we cannot choose among either of them. We have to win at least something.”
Churchill Brothers are currently training on the artificial turf at the Chowgule ground ahead of the new season which is expected to kick-off in September.