Rangers goalkeeper Allan McGregor has declared his happiness after establishing himself as the club's number one shot-stopper, but he's a man on a mission.
The 26-year-old has been a substitute on three occasions when the Gers have lifted silverware.
The Scottish international's only medal came whilst playing in last season's Co-Operative Insurance Cup triumph over Dundee United.
But McGregor has stated that his primary intention is to win the league title this campaign, he said: "I never really played my part when we won silverware.
"I was just sitting on the bench. To play my part in winning the league title would be something else.
"You spend a whole season trying to do that and so much hard work goes into it."
If McGregor is to achieve his goal then Rangers will have to bridge the four point deficit to arch-rivals Celtic.
McGregor added: "If it actually comes off, it will be so rewarding. I'd love it if I was part of a Rangers side that wins the league."