Jobi McAnuff insists he has no issue with missing out on a move to the Premiership, despite Crystal Palace's struggles this season.
The talented wide man missed out on moving to top flight new boys Watford after Palace rejected their overtures, with an unsuccessful £1.5million offer lodged for the 25-year-old.
McAnuff has had to settle for another campaign in the Championship and whilst he is not bitter about Palace's decision, he remains determined to play at the highest level possible.
Confident that he is capable of performing in the Premiership, McAnuff makes no secret about where he sees his future to lie.
"I am just honest. There was a chance to go and play in the Premiership, which is where I want to be," said McAnuff.
"Ideally, I will reach the Premiership with Palace. That is what I will try to do, and I do not regret staying here.
"We are under no illusions. This is a difficult league, and it will be a tough second half of the season.
"It will be a lot of work, but we need to focus on our own performances and go on a run."