Angelo Henriquez hopes an outing on British shores will help him to catch the eye of parent club Manchester United.
The 20-year-old Chilean will be in Glasgow on Thursday for a Europa League clash with Celtic.
He will be turning out for loan employers Dinamo Zagreb, having agreed a season-long deal over the summer.
Henriquez is aware that he needs to make the most of his time away from Old Trafford, having previously taken in spells at Wigan Athletic and Real Zaragoza.
He needs to show those on the coaching staff at United that he has a future in England, with Sir Alex Ferguson having invested £3.5million in his potential back in 2012.
The highly-rated South American is confident he has what it takes to make a positive impact at a Premier League heavyweight, but is also aware that fierce competition for places may force him to look elsewhere.
Henriquez said: “I don’t think it was a backwards step in my career (joining Dinamo) but a good chance to play and get experience of European football.
“Dinamo is a special challenge for me because I know the club aspires to be the best in Croatia and that will help me achieve my goal.
“I have constant contact with people from Manchester United.
“Not (Louis) van Gaal, but people from Carrington, the coaches. They want to know every detail – from the intensity of training here, diet, life in Zagreb. With that amount of care for a year, I know I’m still being followed by United.”
However, on rumours that Dinamo will look to make his move permanent next summer, Henriquez added: “I heard about this idea but I honestly do not know what to say.
“Should I wait for the end of the season and draw the line and see where we are?
“Basically, I would not mind staying in Dinamo because it’s a great club and if things go well I would love to stay here after the expiry of the loan.”