Packers wide receiver Jordy Nelson wants to go “to the Superbowl” and he’s not the only one.

Nelson told Aaron Wilson of The MMQB that the Packers’ top free-agent receiver wants to be an “every-down” receiver and is not afraid to play the game himself.

The Packers signed Nelson to a four-year, $32 million contract extension this offseason and he is expected to earn $10 million per season.

Nelson, who played in only two games last season due to injury, will compete with rookie Golden Tate for a roster spot in 2017.

He will likely earn at least $1 million per game in his first season with the Packers.

The 29-year-old also told Wilson that he wants to compete for the No. 1 receiver job in 2017 and “be a guy who can go deep.”

Nelson is expected back for a major role this season after he missed all but six games last year with injury.