Brandon Peters has the kind of mindset that Jim Harbaugh loves.

Wednesday evening, Peters spoke with Angelique Chengelis of the Detroit News regarding the outlook of the quarterback position now that ex-Ole Miss gunslinger Shea Patterson is now in the mix. While Harbaugh said in his press conference that all three players — Peters, Patterson and Dylan McCaffrey — will all have an equal opportunity to start, Peters made it clear that he believes he can be the guy for the Maize and Blue.

“I really think I can lead this team…and ultimately win a B1G title,” Peters told Chengelis.

While Patterson has been the fan favorite since announcing he will transfer to Michigan, Peters is the only quarterback on the roster with playing time in Ann Arbor. He started three games, threw for 486 yards and four touchdowns in 2017.

McCaffrey didn’t see the field for the Maize and Blue last fall.

It’s still unknown whether or not Patterson will be eligible for the 2018 season, but even if he is, Peters doesn’t sound too intimidated by the former five-star prospect.

For once, Michigan might have a really interesting and super competitive quarterback room when the calendar turns to 2018.