Southampton's Polish goalkeeper Artur Boruc says it is not unrealistic for the club to qualify for the UEFA Champions League within the next two years.
Boruc recently signed a new contract with Southampton which will see him tied to the Premier League club until 2015 and Poland's No.1 is looking positively to the future.
Boruc said: "Football is a funny old game, you never know what may happen next. In the next two years I want to be back in the Champions League with Southampton and I believe it's not unreal."
Speaking to Polish newspaper Fakt, Boruc added: "We are a well organised side, with great belief in our abilities and it's not an accident that we have beaten Chelsea, Liverpool and Manchester City recently."
Boruc's start to life at St Mary's was a tough one with a string of unimpressive performances followed by one incident when he threw a bottle into the crowd.
"That was a rollercoaster back then," Boruc claimed. "But it made me work even harder, become better and help the club to succeed."