Hibernian youngster Danny Galbraith is keen to impress Colin Calderwood in his first full season in charge next term.
The former Manchester United youth player recently committed his future to Hibs by penning a two-year deal.
Calderwood has already made a host of changes during his time at Easter Road and Galbraith is eager to avoid the cull.
He has no plans to rest on his laurels despite have the security of a long-term deal and is planning on proving his worth.
"Next season will be the manager's first full season in charge," explained Galbraith.
"We've already seen the changes he's made during the January transfer window as he started to build his own squad so that should be incentive enough for everyone.
"I was delighted to get my new deal and to know I am going to be here for the next two years at least. But as much as anyone I have to show the manager I deserve to be here.
"I'm not the type of person who sits back on his laurels, I look on the new contract as another opportunity to show what I can do and to prove to the manager he was right to give me it."