NK Istra 1961 signing Dylan Levitt says his ambition remains to make it with Manchester United.
A debut in the Europa League against Astana remain Levitt's only first-team United appearance to date and only fuelled his drive to make an impact at the club he loves.
“From the age of seven I've been at Manchester United, so it's always the dream to play first-team for the club you've supported, come through the academy with," he told PA Sport. “My whole life it's all I've ever wanted to be.
“I haven't thought about any other team bar United since I was the age of seven.
“I had a taste of it when I had my debut – but I want more. As soon as I got that taste of it against Astana I wanted more, more, more.
“I wanted to really get pushed into that squad. Even now, I will do everything I can to reach that level to be a first-team Manchester United player."
But, for now, the focus is on keeping Istra in Croatia's top division and playing his way into Wales' European Championship squad.
“My goal was set at the start of the season to get to that Euros," Levitt added.
“Me and my agent spoke about it, and with (loan manager) Les Parry at Manchester United.
“It was my decision, really, to come out and play abroad because I can play a different style of football out here. It'll teach me a lot for my career in the future."