Wayne Woodward has vowed to wow on Britain's Got Talent 2016 tonight.
The Danny Dyer sound-a-like surprised the judges at his audition with a swing performance of a Frank Sinatra classic.
Despite winning four yesses from the judges, Wayne has since confessed he was a little disappointed by the audition.
He said: “I could have done so much better, if I’m being honest. People who have seen me perform since have come up to me and have said that I was much better than I was on TV.
"I think it was my personality that got me through that day."
Wayne went on to declare: "People haven’t seen anything yet and I don’t think they will get to see me at my best unless I do a two-hour show where I can show what I can do."
He explained: "That’s the dream really, to sell out Madison Square Garden, Wembley Arena and the o2.
"That’s the level I want to get to and Britain’s Got Talent is a stepping stone to getting there.”
And Wayne quipped: “If I make some money through the show, or from a record deal I’ll pay for the chair my dad broke.”
Up on this evening's (Monday) show alongside Wayne are sword swallower Alexandr Magala, dancers Another Kind of Blue and singers the Garnett Family.
Joining them are David Walliams' golden buzzer act Ian & Anne Marshall, dancers Mythical PSM, singer Rachael Wooding and ballet couple Shannon & Peter.
Britain's Got Talent 2016 airs this evening from 7:30PM on ITV.