Swansea's midfielder Jay Fulton is dreaming of his first-team debut for the club.
Fulton, a deadline-day signing from Falkirk, is eager to make an impression on everyone at Swansea.
The 19-year-old Scotland Under-21 international has played 26 times for Falkirk this season in the Scottish Championship campaign, scoring three goals, but is ready to step away from first-team football for a while to realise his Premier League dream.
Fulton told the Daily Record: "I know I will be stepping straight into the Under-21 set-up but I see it as an avenue to the first team.
"I've played over 100 games at senior level for Falkirk but I see this move as a big opportunity.
"The challenge is to get into the Under-21 team and then hopefully put my name forward for the senior squad.
"I know that will take time but it is a dream I want to accomplish."
Speaking of the attraction of playing for the Swans, he said: "Swansea were a big attraction to me. Their style of play has been well documented and the club has done very well playing that way.
"The style here suits really suits me because I like to be on the ball and pass it."