David Vaughan is confident he will improve as a footballer by playing regularly in the Premier League with Blackpool.
The midfielder has established himself as a key figure for the Seasiders and is currently experiencing his first campaign in England's top flight.
He has started all three of Blackpool's games and was also part of the Wales team which lost their opening Euro 2012 qualifier against Montenegro last week.
The 27-year-old was satisfied with his performance for his country and believes he can only benefit from playing top-level football with his club.
Vaughan said: "I thought I played well - there were a few things I could have done better, but I've been doing all right in recent games for Wales and for Blackpool, so the only disappointment was losing the game.
"Playing in the Premier League on a regular basis can only help improve me as a player."