Pulis sees the chance to put his side on the European map, having already secured six wins and one draw.
"We want to be successful and promote the football club," he said. "The more we do this the better it is for us.
"The whole experience has been brilliant - not just for me and the players, but for supporters and the football club."
Pulis admitted it is tough, especially with away league games after every European match.
"That's a massive call, but I would rather be in this position," he said.