Anders Lindegaard is hoping his impressive clean sheet record will see him awarded an extended run in the Manchester United starting XI.
The Denmark international was drafted back into Sir Alex Ferguson's side for Wednesday's trip to Fulham, and helped to secure a shut-out in a convincing 5-0 win.
Lindegaard was beaten in his first outing of the season, during a UEFA Champions League clash with Benfica, but he has not conceded since.
He admits he could not have done any more to stake a claim for a starting berth and hopes Ferguson will stick with him, rather than recall David de Gea, when United host Wigan on Boxing Day.
"I hope I am giving the manager a problem," Lindegaard told MUTV.
"In 10 matches nobody will remember any of the saves, they will remember the statistics.
"I have played five games in a row without letting a goal in.
"That is a very beautiful stat and one I am very happy with."
A comfortable midweek win at Craven Cottage ensured that United head into Christmas hot on the heels of table-topping Manchester City.
Just two points separate the fierce rivals and Lindegaard is confident the Red Devils can exert even more pressure on the big-spending Blues over the coming weeks.
"City are already under real pressure," he said.
"We have performed well since that defeat (a 6-1 setback against City in October).
"We can only blame ourselves for what happened in the Champions League, but apart from that we have played some really good games.
"United have a tradition for being strong in the winter programme and in the spring so it is going to be a very tight to decide who will be champions."