Martin Lejsal has revealed that he will spend time training with QPR in a bid to impress manager Jim Magilton.
Skysports.com revealed the Czech goalkeeper had interested a number of Championship clubs on Monday but at the time the 26-year-old refused to give the names of the teams in question.
The FC Brno shot-stopper admits that he has had interest from various other clubs but sees his chance at QPR as a stepping stone to the Premier League.
Brno are willing to let Lejsal leave the club if their valuation of the player is met after a disappointing season in the Czech top flight last time out.
"Queens Park Rangers from the Championship," Lejsal told MF DNES when asked where he would be heading.
"I am set to travel with then to a training camp this week. My agent says he has some other offers, but this is a good one and a specific one.
"He has spoken with the manager and he wanted me to arrive.
"My dream is to play for an English club. The Premier League is the world's best league nowadays and I would like to play in it at some point.
"So I am doing all I can to be as close as possible."