Bolton goalkeeper Adam Bogdan is hoping he can establish himself further in manager Owen Coyle's plans.
As understudy to Jussi Jaaskelainen, Bogdan made a total of nine appearances last term, including picking up three clean sheets in the Trotters' run to the FA Cup semi-final.
Bodgan's impressive performances culminated in a senior international debut for Hungary against Luxembourg at the beginning of June.
He is keen to continue taking positive strides forward and is planning on playing an even more prominent role for club and country in 2011/12.
The 23-year-old said: "The whole season was a landmark because I started playing in the Premier League, FA Cup and at the end of the season I made my debut for the Hungary national team.
"I kept a clean sheet against Luxembourg and some people will say that's all that matters. It was a friendly match in preparation to the Euro qualifier against San Marino, but we won and I played my part.
"If I can keep playing well whenever I'm given the chance for Bolton and continue with how I developed last season then that will give me a good chance."