Swansea City forward Scott Sinclair is determined to prove that he is capable of playing in the Premier League by winning promotion.
Sinclair has been one of the Swans' stand-out performers this season and is preparing for Thursday's first leg of the Championship play-off semi-final against Nottingham Forest.
He has previously had a brief taste of the top flight after making five Premier League appearances for Chelsea, while he started only one league game on loan at Wigan Athletic last season.
The 22-year-old is keen to return to playing at the highest level and believes securing promotion would be 'massive' for both himself and Swansea.
Full of confidence
"Promotion would mean everything as everyone wants to be playing in the Premier League. It is one of the best leagues in the world," said Sinclair.
"It would be a massive thing for the city, the club and the fans if we could do it.
"It is a massive game and I am really looking forward to it. I think everyone in the whole squad is looking forward to it.
"I think everyone is full of confidence because of the way we have been playing for the last couple of games now, so hopefully we can go on a little run and make sure we keep performing.
"I want to prove to everyone I am a Premier League player.
"I am confident in my own ability and I'm sure I will be playing in the Premier League again."