Dallas Cowboys quarterback Dak Prescott has not played like a rookie this season - and he's not talking like one this week, either.
Ahead of the Cowboys' NFC divisional playoff game against the Green Bay Packers on Sunday, Prescott revealed lofty ambitions for his career.
Four of the starting quarterbacks still in the playoffs possess a combined eight Super Bowl rings, with Tom Brady (four) of the New England Patriots and the Pittsburgh Steelers' Ben Roethlisberger (two) accounting for six – a level Prescott aspires to.
"I want to get to where those guys are," Prescott is quoted as telling Fort Worth Star-Telegram.
"I want to win multiple Super Bowls in this league. So it's great going against those guys, seeing those guys on the other side and just watching them and knowing I have a good team and a team that can beat them."
Along with Prescott, 18 other Cowboys have no playoff experience and not a single member of the team has played in a Super Bowl.
However, coach Jason Garrett expects more of the same from the first-year quarterback.
When asked what he expects of Prescott, Garrett responded: "Just to handle it like he's handled everything up to this point.
"He's done an amazing job just coming in and being prepared and doing his job, having a positive impact on the guys around him.
"That's what he's done since we've gotten to know him and that's what we expect this week."