Celtic full-back Darnell Fisher is determined to make the most of his run in the team as the Scottish champions look to extend their unbeaten league run.
The 19-year-old is enjoying an extended spell in the Hoops team because of injuries to international defenders Adam Matthews and Mikael Lustig.
Fisher has been taking advice from both players and he believes his confidence has grown this season.
"It inspires me," he said. "It is good, it helps me, it is not intimidating, I can learn.
"You can talk to them and ask them certain things about the game. Both are very good full-backs. Adam is quicker and Mikael is good in the air.
"I get little bits from each of them and you try to put your own stamp on it and try to be better.
"I just wanted to play as much as possible this season. I didn't think I would play this much but I need to keep pushing.
"You don't know what is going to happen in football, especially here. I have to keep pushing and trying to learn."
Celtic have not lost a league game since they were beaten at Motherwell last April, and the Englishman is hopeful that the team will increase the run to 26 matches against Kilmarnock on Wednesday.
Hoops keeper Fraser Forster has not conceded a goal in nine league games either, and Fisher sees no reason why that run cannot be extended further.
"As long as the run keeps going it is going to get harder each game. We are aware of it and we have to be on our toes at all times.
"For Fraser and the back four, we want to keep as many clean sheets as possible."