Ajax youngster Christian Eriksen says he is keen to reach the same level as Real Madrid ace Mesut Ozil.
The 19-year-old has enjoyed a breakthrough season in Amsterdam, notching up 43 Eredivisie appearances this term.
His performances for Ajax have turned heads across Europe, with Arsenal, Chelsea and Liverpool all thought to be interested in his services.
But Eriksen believes he still has some improving to do, and has named 22-year-old Germany international Ozil as his role model.
The playmaker told Voetbal International: "Mesut Ozil of Real Madrid is a great example for me.
"His movement off the ball and his eagerness to have the ball; I am not yet at the same level as him.
"It is my goal to play at the same level as Ozil. I realise that it will be a while before I will achieve that, though. I am pretty satisfied with my performances this season."
Eriksen, who has been heavily tipped to depart Amsterdam this summer, believes he still needs to fine tune his passing and finishing if he wants to fulfill his potential.
He added: "I had three objectives ahead of the 2010-11 campaign. I wanted to become a first team regular, improve my passing and become more clinical in front of goal.
"I have achieved the first thing, but the other two things could still use work."