Adam Bogdan is hoping to help Bolton beat the drop, allowing him to put the 'terrible' emotions of a 2-2 draw with West Brom to the back of his mind.
The Trotters keeper was beaten twice in the last 15 minutes on Sunday as the Baggies hit back from two goals down to snatch a point.
The draw on home soil did Bolton few favours, with two points separating them from safety heading into the final round of fixtures, plus an inferior goal difference.
Owen Coyle's side know they must win on the road at Stoke to stand any chance of staying up, and Bogdan is looking for a positive response to their West Brom disappointment.
"I felt terrible, it was awful to concede those two goals," he told www.origo.hu.
"I was angry and frustrated after the game.
"It was difficult to get over because we should have kept our lead. But we can't do anything else now but concentrate on the next game and make sure we win it.
"It has been great becoming the number one goalkeeper at Bolton, but I'd like to hit a bigger target by helping the club avoid relegation.
"It would be a great present for Fabrice Muamba and we could help his rehabilitation by staying in the Premier League, especially if he can one day return to the field."
Bogdan started the 2011/12 campaign behind Reebok Stadium stalwart Jussi Jaaskelainen in the Bolton pecking order, but he has forced his way to the front of the queue and believes he is at the ideal club to aid his future development.
"I'm in the right place at Bolton," he said.
"I'm concentrating on developing as much as I can. I have dreams and my future will depend on my performances."
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