Slovenian goalkeeper Darjan Curanovic hopes his trial at Leeds is successful enough to secure him a permanent switch to Elland Road.
The 27-year-old stopper was close to sealing a move to Middlesbrough and Portsmouth last season but nothing materialised.
And now Curanovic hopes that Yorkshire could be the place for him as he looks to fulfil his dream of playing in England.
"One of the goalies at Leeds United hurt his arm so they invited me to train with them. If everything goes by the plan there is also a chance for me to sign for Leeds," he told Sport TV.
"Every player dreams about playing in England so I really hope that this will become reality for me."