Swansea's Nathan Dyer hopes he can emulate the feats of the Manchester United wingers he grew up idolising.
The 23-year-old has been an avid United fan ever since he was a young child and has developed a real affinity with their dazzling wingers.
Under Sir Alex Ferguson, United have always played with flamboyant wide men who have added extra verve to the Red Devils' attack.
Andrei Kanchelskis, Ryan Giggs, Cristiano Ronaldo and more recently Nani have provided the guile down the flanks for United.
And Dyer admits he has been in awe of them.
"They have had so many great wingers," he said. "First it was Giggs and then it was Ronaldo and then Nani.
"I also trained with Kanchelskis when he went to Southampton, so that was great.
"You look at players like Giggs and Nani and they have so much ability although you shouldn't just look at one or two of them, because they are all great players.
"But I have always looked at their wingers and midfield players. I remember when I was young my mum used to love Bryan Robson, but for me when Ronaldo was at United, he was my favourite."
The performances of the former Southampton starlet have earned him plaudits from the Swansea fans this year, as they marvelled at his wing play.
It has been a major component of their success this term which has led to him being mentioned in hushed tones as a possible England candidate.
He added: "I don't take any notice of that, it is a long way from my mind.
"It's nice to get mentioned but I feel as though I have to improve before I deserve a chance.
"However, it is a burning ambition of mine. To get to the Premier League with Swansea was an ambition, now to play for England, somewhere down the line, is another ambition.
"I have wanted to get there since I was young so my sights are still set on that."