Vaughan, who played a key role in Blackpool's ascent last term, wants to carry the momentum onto the international stage by playing a full part in Wales' European qualifiers which start in Montenegro on Friday night.
"It has been a good start," said Vaughan. "We have got four points and are unlucky not to have six.
"We went on a good run at the end of last season and got promotion and it has just carried on this year.
"I'm just enjoying it. It [the Premier League] is a lot quicker than the Championship but we have done well and hopefully we can keep it going.
"It is always a dream to play in the Premier League. Sometimes it doesn't look like it is going to happen but thankfully it has and I believe we can stay there.
"And hopefully if I can play week-in, week-out in the Premier League it will help me for Wales.
"If you play well for your club you can bring that into Wales and hopefully I can get a place on a regular basis."