Walsall emergency goalkeeper Lee Beevers hopes to be able to return to his familiar right-back position next time out.
Beevers was restored to the Saddlers' starting XI against MK Dons on Saturday but enjoyed just 33 outfield minutes before goalkeeper Jimmy Walker was dismissed for handling outside his penalty area.
With no substitute stopper on the bench Beevers was called upon to take the gloves, and despite conceding from Dean Lewington's resulting free-kick and Jabo Ibehre's follow-up just before the break, the 27-year-old otherwise deputised admirably.
He told the club's official website: "I regularly go in goal in training and played there up until under-16. I've been the nominated outfield player to go in goal in the past but this was the first time I've actually been called upon to do the job in a league game.
"It was okay but a bit nerve-racking. It was a new situation for me and I was pleased to keep a clean sheet in the second half. We can take a lot of positives out of the second half; we were the better team, created more chances and were unlucky not to score.
"In fact, the second half was one of our best halves of the season, we just need to do it over the full 90 minutes on a consistent basis. Hopefully I'll get my chance to show what I can do at right-back in the next game!"