Leeds United's Lewie Coyle is on loan in the third tier at the moment.
Lewie Coyle told The Yorkshire Evening Post this week that he wants to see parent club Leeds United win promotion to the Premier League this season.
Thomas Christiansen's side are fifth in the Championship, three points off an automatic promotion spot, and it wouldn't be a huge surprise if Leeds did wind up booking their ticket back to the big time come May.
But what would such an achievement mean for Coyle?
The 21-year-old right-back is on loan in League One with Fleetwood Town but signed a three-year extension prior to his move, though it seems unlikely that he would be among those in contention to start in the Premier League.
Luke Ayling and Gaetano Berardi are older and superior players but there is even a question mark over how they would fare in the top flight.
It's a massive step-up in class from the Championship and if Christiansen doesn't deem Coyle good enough for the second tier now then it's a stretch to think he would be competing with Ayling and Berardi for the right-back role next season.
The best case scenario for him would be another loan, which keeps alive his hopes of being a big player for Leeds down the road, but if United can get a good price for him then they might just sell up.