Toure was signed by the Hunters to help them in their Africa campaign which begins in February.
The forward joined the FA Cup Champions after parting ways with Ghanaian giants Asante Kotoko.
The 28-year-old wants to help the Club excel as they embark to their maiden appearance in continental football.
“For me am not here for personal glory, I am not looking at the goalking or best player, I just want to help the Club,” he spoke to the media.
“The team will be playing in the Confederations Cup and I want to help them to do something, you know this will be the first time for the Club.
“Is not going to be easy, there are some good teams in Africa, so it will be difficult but I hope we will surprise everyone and get far in the competition.”
The Burkinabe International remains one of the experienced players in the Bechem United team.