Blackburn youngster David Hoilett has turned down the chance to extend his loan spell with St. Pauli in Germany.
The Canadian forward was loaned out to the Bundesliga 2 side last season and scored six goals in 26 appearances.
The 19-year-old had spent the previous campaign on loan at SC Paderborn in the same division after being signed by Blackburn in 2007.
He now believes he is ready to play at a higher level, either in Germany or back in England.
Hoilett would love to be given a chance at Ewood Park and dreams of taking the Premier League by storm.
Speaking about St. Pauli, Hoilett told Hamburger Abendblatt: "I am leaving the club.
"I have the desire to either play in the Premiership or in Bundesliga 1 next season.
"I am still contracted to Blackburn Rovers and, of course, I hope to get the chance to impress the staff in training and land myself a berth in their squad now.
"I feel I am finally ready for that."