New boy Scott Loach is already eyeing the England number one spot - but first he wants to make his uncle a few quid.
The Watford goalkeeper has been called up to Fabio Capello's squad for the upcoming Euro 2012 qualifiers against Bulgaria and Switzerland.
It is the second time Loach - who has been linked with a move to Tottenham - has been part of the England squad.
The 22-year-old admits the uncertainty surrounding who is Capello's first choice stopper after the World Cup excites him and says he hopes to break into the first-team within two years.
But first he needs to get on the pitch in an England shirt and make some money for his uncle - who has put a bet on his nephew playing for the Three Lions.
Loach said: "I think my uncle has put a bet on it but he is still going to have to wait a little bit longer because I haven't been on the field yet. Hopefully I'll be in for a cut of the winnings!
"I notice it [the uncertainty of the goalkeeping situation] and it does excite me. There are a lot of great keepers still ahead of me.
"I'm sure it will be Ben Foster and Joe Hart who fight it out for it but I just want to be in and around it.
"When I do eventually break into that mould I can show everyone what I've got, give myself a couple of years and force myself into it.
"Now I've had the taste I'm more determined for it. I need to keep playing for Watford and getting more games. It's exactly what I need at my age. I've played over 100 games now and I'm only 22."