Manchester United's young striker Giuseppe Rossi is hoping to feature for The Red Devils before the end of the season.
The USA-born Italian hit-man has found himself on the periphery of Sir Alex Ferguson's first-team since netting a brace in their 5-0 FA Cup win over Burton Albion.
Rossi is desperate for a chance to stake his claim for regular football and is hoping with second place in the bag for United, Ferguson may play some of his youngsters.
"It would be nice to play in the last couple of games," said Rossi. "It is just a case of wait and see.
"We are almost secure in second place anyway, so if we don't beat Chelsea, maybe the manger might play a few youngsters in the final two games.
"First-team wise, not much has happened for me since the Burton Albion game, so at the moment it is about taking every opportunity I get to remind the manager what I can do.
"Everyone wants to go out to Old Trafford and play with the best players. It is the goal of everyone. You just hope your dream will come true."
Although Rossi has been tipped to spend next season away from Old Trafford on loan, he has reiterated his desire to succeed with the Premiership giants.
"The best move would be to go out on loan to gain experience, but my aim and my goal is to stay here and play with United," he added.