Hungarian starlet David Grof admits it would be a dream to play in England.
The Hibernian goalkeeper has joined West Bromwich Albion on trial.
Tony Mowbray was Hibs boss when Grof signed for the Edinburgh club and now he is considering taking him to The Hawthorns.
"My future is in the hand of the two clubs as my contract expires in 2010 at Hibs and they want to get money for me. So no matter if I wanted to stay here, this is not only my decision," Grof told skysports.com
"When I signed to Scotland at the age of 17, the Hibs manager was Tony Mowbray and it was him who invited me to Edinburgh and although I had an offer from Hearts too, I decided to join Hibernian because of his personality.
"English international Scott Carson is the first choice keeper at WBA, his substitute Dean Kiely who has been at the club for a long time and if I sign, I may be the third keeper. I've been working hard day by day in order to get a chance like this and I hope that I can prove my ability to the WBA trainers.
"It was good to sign to Scotland in 2006 but it has always been a dream for me to play in England. I hope that WBA stay in the Premier League with a superb finish like in 2005.
"I'll have to go back to Edinburgh for the weekend and then it's up to the two clubs if I sign to West Brom or not."