Fraizer Campbell would relish the opportunity of tasting Uefa Cup glory with Tottenham this season.
The 21-year-old striker hopes to establish himself at Manchester United once his year-long loan expires next summer.
But Campbell, who will start against NEC Nijmegen on Thursday, is determined to achieve as much as he can with Spurs before he returns to Old Trafford.
"Winning the Uefa Cup would be a great thing," he said.
"If I could win it I would be more than happy with how the season has gone.
"It's a season-long loan, that is it.
"We're playing some good football, I've scored a few goals and the team is doing well.
"Obviously you would like to be settled somewhere eventually and when the time comes for me to make that decision I will.
"Any player that makes it at Manchester United has to be a good player, but that is the same with any club.
"That is what I'm trying to do at Tottenham - become a top Premier League player."
United boss Sir Alex Ferguson claimed last week he 'could pull Campbell back in January', but Spurs are adamant they have the striker for the rest of the campaign.
"It's a season-long loan," said manager Harry Redknapp.
"I wasn't here when he arrived but I spoke to (chairman) Daniel Levy and the option is in our favour if we want to keep him and we want that.
"He's a terrific talent in my opinion. He's bright, scoring goals whenever he comes on. He is full of energy and I'm looking forward to seeing him play on Thursday.
"He's ready to play and he's pushing and pushing for a starting place."