Sinclair put pen to paper for Swansea City on Monday and looks set to make his debut for the club at home to Preston on Saturday having been ineligible for last night's Carling Cup victory over Barnet.
And he believes that his contribution can help the club towards their promotion goal having turned down offers from elsewhere to sign on at the Liberty.
“I’ve scored a few goals in the Championship before so I’m hoping I can bring some goals and flair to the team." he told the Western Mail
“Everyone keeps saying goals were a problem last season. The amount of possession was a great and I want to come here and create more chances and be direct.
“Last season we only missed the play-offs by a goal and hopefully I can bring more goals and help them go up.
“The manager played a big part in me coming to Swansea,” said Sinclair, who has previously spent time on loan at Plymouth, Wigan and Crystal Palace.
“He’s got many qualities, he worked under Jose Mourinho and he’s got a lot of experience. He knows football inside out, to be honest.
“It’s great to be back playing under him.
“This is the right club for me.
“When you go out on loan you are always worried about what’s going to happen next year, but now I’m looking to settle down and be happy.
“I’ve watched a lot of Swansea’s games and I like the way they play football.
“It’s a style that really suits me.
“I’ve got the stage where I want to play every week and enjoy my football.”