Manchester United youngster Davide Petrucci is still hopeful of breaking into the first-team at Old Trafford.
The Italian is highly-rated within the corridors of power at Old Trafford, but has yet to make his debut for the first team.
Petrucci has had two loan spells away from United, but his stint at Royal Antwerp was cut short in January, while he only made three appearances during a stint at Peterborough.
The talented midfielder admits it is his dream to establish himself as a regular in David Moyes' plans at Old Trafford.
"Obviously it's still a dream for me to play here. I've never really had the chance. I hope one day that I am given a chance to show if I can do something or not," Petrucci told the club's official website.
"I think if you are given an opportunity to show what you can do, it's down to you. Many young players have a chance and some take it while some don't. I never really had one. I hope one day that I do get it."
The 22-year-old also admits he would be willing to go out on loan again in a bid to get some match action under his belt.
"It's always good to be back here but, for me, I am at an age where another loan would be good and a move somewhere else to play first-team football," added Petrucci.
"For the moment, I'm here and will see what happens next."