Andi Thanoj returned to the Boston United starting XI this week - and now the midfielder is desperate to keep his place.
The 28-year-old is back from the thigh injury which he picked up in December 12's goalless draw with Chester.
After missing four games he took his place on the bench for last Tuesday's 2-2 draw with Kettering before getting the nod on Monday as the Pilgrims drew 1-1 at Bradford Park Avenue.
"It's been a frustrating few weeks and I'm happy to be back in," said Thanoj, who wants to remain in the side for Saturday's re-arranged fixture at Alfreton Town.
"Hopefully we can pick up some good results in the coming weeks. We've got some big games so hopefully I can stay in the team.
"We're eight unbeaten. They've done well but I want to play my part, get into the team and pick up a few more good results. Turn some of these draws into wins and push on again."
Fellow midfielder Tom Platt will be sidelined for the next few weeks after injuring himself at the Horsfall Stadium, but Paul Green, Mitch Rose and Connor Dimaio will also be gunning for a place in the centre of the park.
Thanoj is yet to score in nine appearances this season, but saw a couple of dead ball efforts go close at Bradford.
Now he is hoping that he and fellow free kick specialist Joe Leesley, his former Harrogate Town teammate, can start adding to their tallies.
"We need to keep working and hopefully they'll pop in," Thanoj told the Pilgrims' YouTube channel.
"We did have the rivalry at Harroagte as well.
"I've seen him score a few and he's seen that I've scored a few as well, so we'll see who gets more this season."
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