Young Australian goalkeeper Jordan Holmes is after a loan move away from his club AFC Bournemouth this season to gain more experience.
Holmes, who joined the English Premier League club three years ago, is only 19. The Sydneysider signed a new two and a half year deal in February tieing him to the Cherries until June 2019.
Despite his young age, Holmes feature on the bench for Bournemouth's first-team several times last season, including on a trip to Old Trafford.
The Young Socceroo has featured regularly for the club's Under-21s squad but is hoping to go on loan again in the pursuit of tougher game-time. Last season Holmes went out loan to Weymouth Town in the conference Southern Premier.
A former junior with Rockdale City Suns and the NSW Institute of Sport, the keeper joined the Cherries as a 16-year old on a scholarship. Bournemouth start their Premier League campaign this weekend at home against Manchester United.
"I'm enjoying pre-season at the moment," he told FourFourTwo.
"It's been quite hard and I can't wait to continue to train and then eventually play when the season starts."
Holmes said he has spoken to Cherries boss Eddie Howe about him getting a loan move this season.
"[That's my goal] to go on loan and hopefully be on the bench for a League Cup or FA Cup match," he said.
"He would like to send me out on loan, but I'm not sure on what club yet."