Derby County midfielder Mile Sterjovski insists he will have no qualms about playing in the Championship next season if the Rams fail to avoid the drop.
Sterjovski is likely to make his debut against Spurs (Getty Images)
Sterjovski, 28, told BBC Radio Derby the club have a bright future and he intends to be a part of it.
"I know they are not in a good position but it's a great club and they are looking at the big picture," he said.
"I knew before I signed that they could go down and I'm committed to helping Derby as much as I can."
Sterjovski says he has been impressed with the potential at the club.
Derby will be a team of the future
"When I came a few weeks ago I saw the set-up and facilities and can see myself being happy here," he said.
"I can see Paul Jewell building a good team.
"I'm sure the American owners are going to put some money in and I think Derby will be a team of the future."
The Australian international has now received international clearance and will be available to face Tottenham on Saturday.