Tomasz Kuszczak has set his sights on becoming the number one goalkeeper at Manchester United.
Edwin van der Sar has been the first-choice starter between the posts since Kuszczak arrived from West Bromwich Albion in the summer of 2006.
The Polish shot-stopper has always been assured whenever he has had to step in but he is now looking to make more of an impact.
"I hope to get more chances to play in the future," Kuszczak told the club's official website.
"I say this openly because I came to Manchester two years ago and I've trained very hard.
"I always try to be ready for the team and I hope my chance will come soon and I'll get more games to prove myself."
Coe targets Ferguson
Meanwhile, Lord Sebastian Coe has reaffirmed his desire to see Sir Alex Ferguson lead a British football team at the London Olympics.
There is opposition to the idea of a Great Britain side but Coe, the chairman of the organising committee for the 2012 Olympics, believes Ferguson would be the perfect manager.
"I would love to have him involved because he is a phenomenal coach, a great man manager and who would you want to have that mentoring role with Under-23 players from across the country for the build-up to a game," Coe told Radio Five Live's Sportsweek programme.
"We've had a few conversations but I do stress that it is for the FA and BOA
(British Olympic Association) to make that judgement."
The football associations of Wales, Scotland and Northern Ireland fear that entering a team for the Olympics could compromise their independent status within Fifa.