He is expected to keep his place against Stoke tonight as Cardiff look to pick up just a second away win this season."I'm enjoying playing in the Premier League, it's my dream to play in it," said Mutch.
"It's happening at the moment and I am doing everything I can to stay in the team.
"I just love playing football and playing in the Premier League. It's broadcast everywhere and I am just loving it at the moment.
"I'm trying to do things to get better as a player to keep improving to do the business on the pitch.
"I just want to show what I can do...get my head down...and take it by the scruff of the neck."
Cardiff are level on points with Stoke and the Bluebirds are just three points above the relegation places. Two good results against Stoke tonight and Palace on Saturday could see the side make a significant move up the table.
Two defeats would be a disaster.
Mutch, who has scored twice this season including the winner at Fulham, claims Stoke are a different side since Mark Hughes succeeded Tony Pulis as manager but believes Cardiff can get a result against the Potters.
"They have a different style of play and try to get it down a bit more and pass it, but they still have that physical side to them because they have a lot of big players," said Mutch.
"They still put it up there and try and get high up the pitch. We will look to combat that.
"We can pick up points against any team on our day."
Stoke City v Cardiff CityWednesday 7:45pm.
Source: Cardiff City Online