Manchester United goalkeeper Anders Lindegaard believes the No.1 spot at Old Trafford will be shared between him and David De Gea this season.
Spaniard De Gea, who has had a mixed start to life at United since his arrival from Atletico Madrid in summer 2011, was dropped by manager Sir Alex Ferguson following his poor display against Fulham last month.
Denmark international Lindegaard has started the Red Devils' following two Premier League games and believes he is now on level footing with his young team-mate.
He said: "At this point I see David's and my roles as co-workers rather than No.1 and No.2.
"He has his strengths and I have mine and the gaffer is world class at picking the right teams and I trust in that and I accept his decision."
Lindegaard is relishing the opportunity to show what he can do and was thrilled to register United's first clean sheet of the campaign as they saw off Wigan 4-0 on Saturday.
"I'm happy to play," he said. "Look at this place, it's amazing to play in front of this crowd. It's so historic and I'm just happy to play whenever I can.
"Wigan was the first match of the season where we have really shown the potential we have in the team. It's the first match where we can be really satisfied with what we have delivered."