Wycombe striker Jermaine Easter has admitted he would find it difficult to reject a move to the Premiership.
The forward has caught the eye with his goalscoring exploits for Wycombe this term.
His goals in League Two and the domestic cup competitions have led to interest from higher up the ladder.
Wycombe have stressed that they will not entertain offers for Easter before the summer, but the forward says a Premiership move is something he dreams of.
"It is a massive step up from League Two to the Premiership, so I would have to adapt to the style of football," Easter told Sky Sports News. "I will have to be not just physically but mentally better and it will be a step up.
"But it is one that if the opportunity came around I would like to take."
Easter is in line to turn out for Wales in the near future and he added: "It is a great honour for me to be working with the likes of Ryan Giggs and Craig Bellamy. I can't wait to get involved."