Last Updated: Wed, 11 Sep 2013 08:56
Boaz Myhill is hoping Steve Clarke will continue to play him in goal for West Brom even when Ben Foster returns from a foot injury.
The Baggies shot-stopper was drafted into the starting XI for the recent home defeat against Swansea after regular number one, Foster, was ruled out for up to three months when he suffered a broken bone in his foot during the goalless draw at Everton last month.
And, while Myhill was pleased to get a chance in the first team, he also knows that youngster Luke Daniels and summer free-transfer signing Lee Camp are both waiting in the wings to take his place if he fails to perform.
Therefore the Wales international is determined to prove to Clarke that he deserves to be the number one at the Hawthorns even when Foster is fit and available.
Myhill said on the club's website: "Of course, everybody wants to play every week.
"It's not been possible for me. I hope the manager will show faith in me. I hope I can do myself justice."
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