Celtic interim manager Neil Lennon insists that goalkeeper Artur Boruc is the No.1 choice at Parkhead.
Boruc returned between the sticks for the 3-1 win over Kilmarnock on Saturday, having missed out on the three previous games because he was on compassionate leave.
The 30-year-old stopper had been replaced by compatriot Lukasz Zaluska after returning to his native Poland, and Zaluska was the man in goal for Celtic's 4-0 defeat to St Mirren last week.
That game turned out to be Tony Mowbray's last in charge of the Hoops, and Lennon is happy to have Boruc available once more.
"We have two good goalkeepers here and we want them pushing each other," he said.
"When you come off a 4-0 defeat, it can be psychologically damaging for any player but I wanted Artur back in the team.
"He has been a world-class keeper here.
"He is he best keeper I've seen at Celtic for a long, long time and I wanted him back in the team."
Meanwhile, left-back Lee Naylor also returned to the fold for the victory over Killie.
Former boss Mowbray was not a fan of Naylor, bringing in Danny Fox to replace the former Wolves player and then Edson Braafheid on loan from Bayern Munich.
However, Lennon added: "I spoke to Lee Naylor on Thursday and said, 'I want you to play in the team, I think you are a good player'.
"In my last season here, he was wonderful and I want him to recapture that form.
"He knows how to play the position, he has a great left foot and he has a good relationship with Aiden McGeady at times and we saw that against Kilmarnock."
And Lennon was also pleased with the performance of Scott Brown, who was on the scoresheet at the weekend.
"Scott has the potential to get more goals from midfield," he remarked.
"He has that energy and drive and I told him that I wanted him to get in the box more.
"He led by example and I was pleased for him."