Paris St Germain's Argentinian ace Javier Pastore admits he is keen to impress in order to secure a move to a bigger club.
The highly-rated playmaker, who has previously been linked with several Premier League sides including Arsenal and Chelsea, chose to join PSG from Palermo in the summer in a £35.4million deal.
However, after four months in Ligue 1, the 22-year-old says he is hoping to move on to a more high-profile club.
He told Radio Radio: "I train with great conviction in order to realise my dream of playing with a big team.
"If I want a team bigger than PSG to contact me, then it depends on me."
Ligue 1 title hopefuls PSG suffered a dip at the end of last month when they suffered consecutive defeats, but are since back on course with back-to-back wins.
The French side also crashed out of the Europa League last week, prompting criticism of coach Antoine Kombouare.
But Pastore has reiterated his faith in the manager, as he added: "In France, they're not used to changing (managers) after two or three defeats.
"In Argentina and Italy, it changes often. When they say that the coach is going to change, it comes after a big mess.
"I have nothing to say of Mr Koumbouare. He's always treated me well."