Hungarian goalkeeper Csaba Somogyi has revealed his delight at being the goalkeeping face of Fulham.
The 27-year-old became the first signing of the Martin Jol era, joining the Whites during the summer of 2011.
And after impressing for the club's development squad last season, Somogyi is now hoping to push David Stockdale and No.1 Mark Schwarzer in the first team squad.
"I was surprised to see myself in a big photo, alongside Breder Hangeland and John Arne Riise, in the club's official shop," admitted Somogyi.
"I couldn't believe my eyes because I really didn't expect the club would advertise a goalkeeper's jersey with me.
"What pleases me more is that the picture will be there during the entire season."
And on his development at Craven Cottage, he said: "Martin Jol and goalkeeping coach Hans Segers have praised me. I'm a stable third-choice keeper now.
"There were two clubs that wanted to sign me on loan this summer, but I wasn't informed about it.
"But, anyway, Mr Jol said he doesn't want me to leave in case of a red card or an injury to Schwarzer or Stockdale."