Ryan Sessegnon wants to help get Fulham back into the Premier League - where he says the club "belongs."
Speaking to FulhamFC TV in his first interview, the 16-year-old local boy spoke about how he loved being at the club where and twin brother Steven have grown up, having been there since the age of eight.
Sessegnon has become Fulham's most talked about man this season after putting in some jaw dropping performances, especially when you consider his young age, and they have seen him linked with moves away to some of the biggest clubs in the country.
But Sessegnon has only one thing on his mind at the moment, and that's getting Fulham back to the Premier League.
He said: "My ambition is to be the best that I can be - I'm a Fulham player, this is my club and I love being at this club and the opportunities I have had this season have been great.
"On a personal note, I want to help the team to gain promotion to the Premier League where we belong."
As a youngster, senior members of the team have taken Sessegnon under their wings to help him develop, but the 16-year-old has a special mention for captain Scott Parker, who he says has helped him out in his first season.
"I think I'm becoming a man, I'm maturing day-by-day," he added.
"The influence of being around men helps me and makes me be more professional.
"Everyone helps but in particular, Scott Parker, 100 per cent, what a person to be around, he's a great player and a great human being."