Ashley Williams is on the brink of a first full cap for a Wales and a potential move to a bigger club.
The Stockport defender was playing non-league football for Hednesford Town until 2003, but is currently taking the professional game by storm.
A number of impressive displays for the Hatters in League Two this season has alerted the attention of Cardiff and Swansea to his services, while John Toshack has seen enough to hand him a first international call-up.
Williams revealed that his rise to prominence has come as a surprise even to him and admits that he remains unsure as to where his future will take him.
"It's not often players from League Two get international football, so I am really looking forward to this opportunity," he said.
"But I know there are a few people interested in me. I believe Stockport are talking to some clubs, including Swansea and Cardiff.
"All I aim to do is play well for Wales if I get the chance, enjoy the experience and leave everyone else to decide my future.
"I just want to play as high as I can go, obviously I would relish something like that. But Stockport have been great with me, I want to do my best to get them promotion.
"I will weigh up my options, Swansea and Cardiff are big clubs and both have shown an interest."
He added: "But I'm happy at Stockport, I am not desperate to leave but I want to play at a higher level. The gaffer (Jim Gannon) understands that, although he wants me to stay.
"We have had a lot of chats and he understands my position and knows what I want from my career. But I just have to keep doing my best and let others work the rest out.
"International football was not on my radar a couple of years ago. I was relegated with Stockport and things were not enjoyable.
"But the gaffer has turned it around and I am enjoying my football a lot more now.
"And now with this chance for Wales, all I want to do is be part of it and progress on both fronts with my club football and Wales.
"Stockport have been going well, and we are in with a good chance of promotion. I hope we all get what we want."