Goalkeeper Artur Krysiak is brimming with confidence at Exeter and has now expressed his desire to become a Premier League stopper.
The Exeter keeper has established himself as the Grecians' number one this season and he is already looking to the future.
After failing to make an impact at Birmingham as a trainee, Krysiak is desperate to return to the top flight at some stage in his career, and hopes to use his time in Devon as a launchpad.
"This year is really important because it is the first year I am number one in a League One team," he said.
"That's why I want to get more appearances and in two years' time I want to start looking for a new club.
"My goal is to be playing in the Premier League and as soon as I got my contract with Birmingham I thought my dream had come true. If you had told me 10 years ago I'd be playing for an English team I wouldn't have believed you. But life can surprise you every day and I'll keep going for my goal."