Kevin McDonald is hoping to earn a recall to the Burnley team for the final three games of the season.
The midfielder has not featured in the Clarets' past two matches after walking out of the ground following his half-time substitution in the recent 6-1 home defeat by Manchester City.
He was fined by manager Brian Laws for the incident and he turned out for Burnley's reserves against their Wigan Athletic counterparts on Tuesday night.
McDonald, who apologised for his transgression, is now keen to play his part in Burnley's ongoing battle to stay in the Premier League.
The Clarets host Liverpool at Turf Moor on Sunday and the Scot is waiting to see if Laws will give him another opportunity before the season is over.
"I got picked to play for the reserves and played and hopefully I can get back in, but we'll see," McDonald, who has made 25 appearances in the Premier League this term, told the club's official website.
"It's the manager's decision, so whatever happens is up to him.
"I would like to be involved, but it's up to the manager what happens. If he puts me in or on the bench is his choice.
"I would love to get another chance and hopefully I will get that chance to play again and help us to stay up."