Diego Cavalieri remains undeterred by his lack of action at Liverpool and claims to be happy in England.
The Brazilian keeper has been restricted to just one Carling Cup appearance, against Crewe, for the Reds following a summer move from Palmeiras.
However, the 25-year-old insists he is willing to bide his time under Rafa Benitez and wait for his opportunity to come along.
"It was a very good feeling for me to play in that game," Cavalieri told the club's official website on his run-out against the Railwaymen.
"Although I had played some matches in pre-season this was my debut and to play in front of our supporters at Anfield was very special.
"It was my first match for a top European club and I will keep that memory in my heart for the rest of my life. Hopefully I will have some more in the future.
"I am enjoying life at Liverpool and the season has gone very well so far. We are doing well in the Premier League and the Champions League and hopefully this will continue for the rest of the season.
"There is a feeling in the dressing room that if we continue to work as hard as we are doing then we can achieve our aim at the end of the season, which is to win trophies."
Cavalieri currently faces the unenviable task of trying to oust Pepe Reina in the Liverpool first-team, but claims to have no qualms with the Spaniard fulfilling keeping duties at present.
"Pepe is a very nice guy who welcomed me when I first came to the club," he added.
"I admire him and he also respects me. For me, Pepe is one of the best in the world. He is still young but has a lot of experience.
"His concentration and positional sense is fantastic and I am very happy just to be able to work with him and improve.
"I know my capabilities as a goalkeeper and if I work very hard I hope to one day have the opportunity here. I knew when I came here how hard a task it would be to compete with Pepe."