Brian Jensen is hoping to be rewarded with an improved contract at Premier League rookies Burnley.
The 34-year-old keeper has been with the Clarets since 2003, making more than 200 appearances for the club.
His consistent displays have helped to provide a solid base for those around him to work on and he was an integral performer in Burnley's promotion-winning campaign of 2008/09.
He has not looked out of his depth among the top-flight stars this term, proving to be a reliable last line of defence for Owen Coyle's side.
Jensen, however, feels it is about time his heroics were recognised with fresh terms at Turf Moor.
He believes he is the lowest paid keeper in the Premier League and feels it is only right that his salary is brought in line with that of his rivals.
With his current contract set to expire in the summer, the Danish shot-stopper is hoping Burnley will pull out all the stops and prove how highly they value him.
"It is up to me what I do next," Jensen told Ekstra Bladet.
"But the next contract should pay me more money. It's now that I should be getting the money.
"I am most likely the least paid goalkeeper in the Premier League. Actually, I would say that I know I am."