He wanted to win the game. (infinitive phrase used as a noun, the object of the transitive verb want)Controversy rages over whether you may split an infinitive by putting other words between the to and the infinitive verb. The short answer is yes. The so-called rule against split infinitives is simply not a rule. For a thorough discussion and a press release by the Oxford English Dictionary, study the section on Verbs in Parts of Speech on Grammar.com. Click here for the beginning of that discussion.
She's got a ticket to ride. (infinitive phrase used as an adjective modifying the noun ticket)
To win the tournament, Tiger Woods changed his swing. (infinitive phrase used as an adverb modifying the verb changed)