Stoke City goalkeeper Asmir Begovic continues to harbour hopes of winning a high-profile move away from the Britannia Stadium after revealing he wants to test himself at "the highest possible level".
The Bosnian international has constantly been linked with moves away from The Potters since joining the club in 2010, with Arsenal, Liverpool and Manchester United all mentioned with an interest.
Liverpool have been recently linked with a move for the 27-year-old following Simon Mignolet's continued problems in goal, with a string of high-profile errors contributing to the club's problems this season.
And while Begovic sees his immediate future at Stoke, he has given Liverpool and other potential suitors a boost in their attempts to seduce him away from by admitting he has ambitions on moving to a big club.
"My future is here at Stoke as far as I'm concerned," he said. "We've got a lot of games coming up and I'm hoping to be a big part of that. "I've been here a few years now and enjoyed my time. I've really settled in and had a lot of support from the staff.
"We all have ambitions and goals. I work really hard to get better and try to improve as a player, and hopefully test myself at the highest level possible level in the future. Who knows whether that opportunity will present itself?
"We'll see what the future holds but I'm not thinking too far ahead."
Though Liverpool have made no official indication that they are looking to replace Mignolet in the upcoming January transfer window, manager Brendan Rodgers has continually asked the Belgian to react positively to mistakes.