Park Ji-Sung wants to prove to the world that Asian players can cut it in European football.
The South Korea international is hoping to be involved in Manchester United's UEFA Champions League final against Chelsea on Wednesday, a match which can be seen live on Sky Sports 1 and HD 1.
He has played a prominent part in the Red Devils' road to Moscow and will be hoping to have done enough to force his way into Sir Alex Ferguson's plans.
The 27-year-old winger accepts that the eyes of the world will be on him should he feature at the Luzhniki Stadium and he is determined to make his countrymen proud.
"It doesn't matter about the interest," he told Sky Sports News.
"Just that we believe we can win the title and that we can win this game.
"It doesn't matter that everyone all over the world is watching this game, I just want to concentrate on winning this match.
"Lots of people will be watching this game in Asia, I know that.
"They want me to play and show Asian players can play better than European players, so I want to show that.
"I want to prove that Asian people can play very well."