Neil Alexander has no plans to relinquish Rangers' number one jersey anytime soon after being handed a first-team run by Walter Smith.
The former Ipswich Town keeper was given a chance at the back end of last season following an injury to first-choice shot-stopper Allan McGregor.
Smith has put Alexander in goal for the last two games in place of McGregor and the 30-year-old is hoping to make the most of his extended run.
"The manager has a tough decision, that's what he gets paid for," said Alexander. "I can only make it as hard as I can for the manager to give him a selection headache.
"I've got my chance now and hopefully the manager can give me a wee run in the team. If I can be consistent in the next few games, who knows where it can take me?"