Dale Jennings believes securing a dream move to Bayern Munich will allow him to develop as a footballer.
One of the most surprising pieces of transfer business conducted this summer has seen the 18-year-old head to Allianz arena on a three-year contract.
Bayern have snapped up the highly-rated forward from Tranmere, where he graduated through the youth ranks to become a first-team regular in 2010/11.
The deal is initially set to cost the German giants around £600,000, but that figure could rise to £2million depending on how successful Jennings is.
He is confident he will catch the eye with the Bundesliga outfit, with it virtually impossible not to improve when working for such a prestigious club.
Jennings told Sky Sports News: "It's a three-year contract. If I do well for the B team, I can progress into the first-team and hopefully start training with them in a couple of months and the years to come.
"It's a great club and it's a great opportunity for me. The players they have got, it's only going to make me a better player, with the coaching staff they have got. I'm looking forward to getting started.
"Some of the players in the first-team - the likes of (Franck) Ribery, (Thomas) Muller, (Bastian) Schweinsteiger - are some great players, so if I train with them it will only make me a better player."