Inverness Caledonian Thistle goalkeeper Jonny Tuffey has outlined his determination to play regular first-team football as he considers his future at the club.
Tuffey is out of contract at the end of the season and has been forced to play second fiddle to Ryan Esson at Inverness this term.
He made his first SPL appearance of the campaign against Aberdeen on Saturday following an injury to Esson and is now hoping to retain his place.
"It's hard keeping two keepers happy but I have my own agenda and want to play regularly," said Tuffey in the Daily Record.
"I was in the Northern Ireland set-up when I signed here two years ago but lost my place.
"My contract is up at the end of the season and what happens from there is up to the manager and the club.
"I love it at Inverness but I'm not someone who wants to sit around and pick up money.
"I want to try to make my way in the game and if that can be at Inverness that would be fantastic. I'm delighted to be back in the side and want to re-establish myself at Inverness for the rest of the season and see what happens."