Adam Bogdan hopes he has done enough to offer Bolton boss Owen Coyle a selection poser when Jussi Jasskelainen returns to full fitness.
With the Trotters finding their first-choice shot-stopper consigned to the treatment table over recent weeks, they have been forced to turn to their back-up.
Bogdan has filled the void admirably, with the Hungarian impressing during his first run of regular Premier League games.
The 24-year-old, who penned a new contract in March 2011, is aware, though, that he cannot take his place for granted.
Jaaskelainen is close to coming back into contention and Bogdan appreciates that Bolton boss Coyle will have the final say on who fills the number one spot for the remainder of the season.
"Jussi is close to being fully fit and then it will be up to the manager if he gets his place back or not," Bogdan told www.origo.hu.
"It's not my business, I just focus on myself.
"I want to make Coyle's job more difficult so that he has to decide which goalkeeper will have the place in the team."
Bolton are battling for their Premier League lives this term and have seen their survival bid rocked by Gary Cahill's departure to Chelsea.
Bogdan admits the centre-half will be a big loss, but he is looking for others to step up and help the Trotters to preserve their top flight status.
"It will be hard to replace Gary Cahill as he's a good player and an England international," he added.
"But after his departure, David Wheater will get more chances to prove himself in defence.
"Football is like this - injuries, suspensions and transfers can affect you. This time, those players who weren't playing before can possibly get into the team."