Michal Danek is hopeful of making an impact in the Premier League after his loan at West Bromwich Albion was extended.
Danek joined West Brom on loan in January from Viktoria Plzen but failed to make a first-team appearance during The Baggies' route to promotion from the Championship.
However, this summer manager Tony Mowbray opted to exercise a clause in his contract, extending the shot-stopper's stay for a further six months.
And Danek is keen to impress Mowbray during pre-season as he looks to provide strong competition for current first-choice keeper Dean Kiely.
"I will do my best. To play in the Premier League is a dream for lots of players from around the world," he told Pravo.
"I would like to make the dream come true for myself. I will work hard and fight to become the No.1 choice.
"I am glad that coach Mowbray gave me chance. I want to impress here in England, such a chance might not come again."