Someone I mentored recently stated:
I've come to realize good repertoire with management and good reviews are a plus, but it still doesn't warrant mentorship or upward mobility.
Your manager isn't your mentor. Hopefully your manager is your coach.
Your manager is primarily there to ensure your success in your current job through feedback, reviews, etc. And you are able to question to fully understand what you manager is saying. You can even initiate these dialogs. All this comes with one caveat - - don't cross that difficult to detect line and become high maintenance.
Considering it is difficult to detect, be cautious enough to not press on too many question or on your career where you get to the point where your manager comes to this conclusion.
Of course, career discussions (and upward mobility) happens, but they come with you having perspective and patience and awareness of how you are doing in your current job. You get some of this from the right conversations with your manager. Perspective comes from balancing different viewpoints, so ensure you go out there and get a mentor... or a few.