Bayern Munich winger Arjen Robben wants a place in the team to face Arsenal in the Champions League on Tuesday after venting his frustration at being left on the bench again on Friday night.
Robben came off the bench to score the second goal in a 2-0 win over Wolfsburg which extended Bayern's lead at the top of the Bundesliga to 18 points, yet he was nevertheless unhappy with his 10-minute cameo appearance.
"I scored a goal and that was it," he told reporters at the VW-Arena.
"The goal was nice, but nothing else is nice.
"I'm not happy. I always want to give my all for the team, but it was a short time again."
Robben hopes coach Jupp Heynckes' decision to leave him on the bench was made in view of the trip to London on Tuesday.
"I hope that I play," he added. "But then I've had this hope many times before.
"I desperately want to play because these are the top games and I don't see any reason why I shouldn't play.
"I don't want to say too much about it. The coach knows what I think, but I am a professional and we need peace and quiet and I will discuss all the rest internally."
That decision now lies with Heynckes, who as well as recognising an argument to field Robben, must also find a reason to leave the likes of Thomas Muller or Franck Ribery out.
"You all saw the way he played - not only did he score, but he worked like he has never worked before in his career," said the Bayern coach.
"What more can a coach want? It's normal that those who aren't playing are disappointed and Arjen is a man who shows that, but I don't have any problem with that."