Gabriel Obertan is hoping he can become a permanent fixture in the Manchester United side.
The French winger joined United in 2009 from Bordeaux, but has failed to make a major impact.
Now after scoring his first UEFA Champions League goal for the club in their 3-0 win over Bursaspor on Tuesday, he is hoping to push on and force his way into Sir Alex Ferguson's side on a regular basis.
"It is going to be difficult to keep my place but I am going to work hard and make sure I have no regrets if I don't make the squad at the weekend," said the 21-year-old.
"But I am working towards making it and I hope the coach picks me."
Obertan was pleased with his display in Turkey, adding: "I wasn't really confident first half and then the confidence came back in the second half.
"My touch came back and my skills did and it was a really good team performance."