Portsmouth defender Noe Pamarot has set his sights on a place in the side for next week's FA Cup final.
Pamarot made a successful return to action for the reserves in midweek after three months out with a knee ligament injury.
The 30-year-old is now targeting a return to the first-team for next weekend's Wembley showpiece against Cardiff City.
"I am happy to be playing again. It will be good to be back for the final," said Pamarot.
"For me, it was very important to get through the 90 minutes in the reserves.
"I didn't feel the injury at all. I just played, it wasn't in my mind. I didn't think about it and now I feel fine.
Target"The crucial thing, though, was to get through the 90 minutes. I can only hope to be involved in the final so that 90 minutes is important.
"Now I'm back and delighted and hopefully I can push for the final.
"I don't know if I will be ready. I'm trying hard enough to think I will be involved so it's up to the manager.
Pamarot also played down reports linking him with a possible move to Celtic.
The former Tottenham man has ignored the rumours about Celtic and pledged his future to Pompey.
"I didn't know about Celtic - I learnt that when I read the papers. I'm happy here and have another year left," added Pamarot.
"I am enjoying it here."