Brescia midfielder Alessandro Diamanti admits he is still hoping for a move to a big club in the future.
The 27-year-old Italian moved to the Rondinelle in August from Premier League outfit West Ham, despite a relatively successful season for the East London outfit.
Diamanti scored eight times in 30 games for the Hammers during his spell at Upton Park but opted to move back to his homeland.
Now the flair player admits that while he is happy at Brescia, he is still working for a move in the future.
"Last year I did very well in the Premier League, West Ham was a wonderful experience for me but I was missing too much Italian football," he told Radio Kiss Kiss.
"I'm now in Brescia for gratitude to Gianluca Nani and I try to do my best. But for the future I hope to get in a big club and I'm working for it."
Brescia are currently 13th in the Italian top-flight and take on Napoli in a league encounter on Sunday.