The former Sevilla man is still settling into life with the Foxes after his summer move from the Spanish giants.
Iborra made 113 league appearances for Sevilla and won two Europa League titles with the club before moving to the King Power Stadium.
He scored his first goal in English football in last week's 2-2 draw against Stoke City before the international break and the 29-year-old is determined to build on that performance.
Iborra admits a return to Spain is possible but he wants to make an impression in Leicester in the next few years.
He told Marca: "It may be more complicated being outside, but it’s something that I have there, a dream that I would like to fulfil. I will never lose faith and hope. I hope I can do it.
"My goal is to make things right for Leicester, which is the club that has bet on me and has made me feel important. And from there grow in the Premier League and in English football.
"It’s true that in the future I would like to return to Spain and Levante (where he came through the youth system), but now it’s time to grow in the Premier League. Now I have to make a name for myself there."