Watford goalkeeper Scott Loach is keen to play in the Premier League with the Hornets.
The 22-year-old shot-stopper has started every Championship game for Watford this season and has helped them to an impressive start to the campaign.
Loach has been capped a number of times for the England Under 21s and has twice earned a call-up to the full squad after impressing Fabio Capello.
The promising keeper is determined to make it to the top flight and he hopes he can achieve his goal with Watford.
"Anybody in the Championship would say they want to play at a higher level and that's where I really want to be," he told Sky Sports.
"Hopefully it can be with Watford and I can get us promoted. If I keep having a good season then who knows?"
Loach was initially called up to the Three Lions squad for the friendly with Hungary in August, but following withdrawals he also came in for the Euro 2012 qualifiers against Bulgaria and Switzerland.
On his international experience, he added: "It's everything I've ever dreamed of, to be around the squad.
"It was a really good insight and I saw what I need to do to be there more often.
"It did give me a taste and it made me come back a bit more hungry and eager to learn.
"You can never stop learning and as long as it takes I'm going to work my hardest.
"Even if I was just called up it would be brilliant. I still dream of getting that first cap and I'm going to work my hardest to get there.
"I think it would be good to give youngsters a try. If he decides to go down the route of giving goalkeepers a chance then I'm sure whoever's waiting in the wings will definitely step up."