Huddersfield Town winger Rajiv van La Parra has admitted he is using the club as a stepping stone before hopefully securing a big move.
The Dutchman has stated the majority of games for the Terriers in their maiden Premier League season, scoring twice in 23 appearances, including a penalty in the 4-1 win over Bournemouth on Sunday.
However, Van La Parra is yet to make his debut for his country Netherlands, and has admitted that he is looking to use Huddersfield as a stepping stone to further his aspirations.
He told the Sun: “My ambition first of all is to stay in the Premier League with Huddersfield and then after that to play in a bigger team.
“The club understand that. Huddersfield are more a selling club who buy cheaper players and let them improve and sell them for more money, so of course they 100 per cent understand.
“They give us the opportunity to show ourselves and if we do well the club does well as well.”