Thomas Sorensen has spoken out about his frustration with Tony Pulis' squad rotation policy at Stoke.
The Denmark international has been forced to share goalkeeping duties with Asmir Begovic for the Potters this season.
Pulis has opted for squad rotation due to the club's Europa League campaign that has seen Stoke already play 43 matches in the current term.
Sorensen has started 23 of those games with Begovic getting the nod for the other 20 and the Dane reluctantly accepts the role.
"I am frustrated, but the coach has kept his rotation system all season," Sorensen told Ekstra Bladet.
"I have got to accept that he wants everyone to be in shape. He has also done the same with the other players."
The 35-year-old was also keen to point out he is not responsible for the club's disappointing results this season.
Sorensen added: "We have had a spell where we haven't got the results we should have had. But I don't feel that it's my fault at all."