Jason Scotland believes Swansea will soon be gracing English football's top flight.
The Swans have won a host of admirers this season with their attractive passing game, while they also remain in contention to earn a play-off spot in the Championship.
They have also held their own in cup competition against Premier League opposition, with Saturday's 1-1 draw with Fulham in the FA Cup providing the latest example of their undoubted talent.
Scotland is keen to test himself at that level on a more regular basis and is of the opinion that it is only a matter of time before that dream becomes a reality.
He said: "We have a chance of going up. We are looking at a play-off position and hopefully we can get a good run going between now and the end of the season.
"That is the aim. At the start of the season we were thinking we didn't want to get relegated.
"You always think when you are doing well that you are ready for the Premiership.
"I think I am and plenty of other boys here are too. Hopefully it can happen. We play with no fear.
"We will go to Craven Cottage (for the cup replay) and still play the way we normally play. We will just have to be ourselves and play our football and hopefully it can turn out to be good."