Last Updated: Wed, 11 Apr 2012 16:43
Andreas Weimann has urged Villa boss Alex McLeish to give him the chance to show he can become a first-team regular.
The Austrian scored his second goal in only his second start for the claret and blues against Stoke on Easter Monday.
The 20-year-old striker wants to play in as many of Villa's six Premier League games as he can - starting with Sunday's trip to Manchester United.
"When you come into the team you try to impress and then when you're on the pitch you want to try to stay in the team for the next match," Weimann said.
"I'll try every time I'm out there. I'll do my best and show the manager what I can do. When you come into football you want to play as many games as you can.
"Now I have the taste for it I want to get a few more games, but it's up to the gaffer. When you read the manager has said something positive about you it always gives you confidence."
Weimann scored the winner against Fulham last month when he bundled the ball home from close range but his strike against Stoke was more impressive as he curled the ball into the top-right corner from the edge of the box.
"The Fulham goal was a tap in really but against Stoke I also showed that I could hit a ball so I'm really happy," he added.
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