Everton midfielder Tim Cahill has admitted that he would love to play in the Champions League in the future, but says he is more than happy at Goodison Park at the present time.
The 27-year-old is currently recovering from a foot injury that prematurely ended his season in early March, with a UEFA Cup campaign to look forward to next term.
Cahill told Fox Sports: "I want to win things and I'd love to play in a Champions League final.
"But at the moment I'm very happy at Everton and my football's going well and I just want to be fit."
Cahill joined the Toffees in the summer of 2004 for a bargain £1.5million from Millwall and has gone on to score 27 goals in 98 appearances for the Merseysiders.
Meanwhile, Toffees forward James McFadden will miss Scotland's upcoming internationals against Austria and the Faroe Islands due to a troublesome foot injury.
Toffees physiotherapist Matt Connery told the club's official website: "James has been experiencing discomfort in his left foot in the area that he fractured last season.
"Current tests have proved inconclusive and further tests will be required in two to three weeks' time."