Goalkeeper Allan McGregor knows he will have to work hard to keep his place in the Rangers starting XI.
The Scotland international was replaced by rival Neil Alexander earlier in the season and, having regained his place, is determined to stay on top form to remain in Walter Smith's plans.
McGregor was at fault for Hamilton's early opener at Ibrox last weekend, but his blushes were spared as his team-mates smashed home seven goals to rout the visitors.
With Smith's side battling to reclaim the Scottish Premier League title from fierce rivals Celtic, McGregor knows everyone has to remain on their toes.
"You can never be silly enough to take your place in the team for granted when you're at a big club. It doesn't matter who you are, you just can't do that," he told the Daily Record.
"Whether it's me or one of the other boys, it would be a careless attitude to have and I'm always trying hard to stay in the team. If you do start making assumptions, that's when you might start making mistakes.
"I'm sure people have done that before, lost their place and not got in for a while. But I don't think it will happen to me.
"I know where I came from and I've worked hard to get here so I don't want to lose that. I've always been like that.
"It's not a big deal. I just try to keep my feet on the ground, do my best and see where it takes me.
"If you've played one week, it doesn't mean you'll play the next week too."