Manchester United goalkeeper David De Gea says he's the club's No1.
The 22-year-old has made 22 appearances for the Red Devils this term and feels his form benefits when he is afforded more regular action with the side.
"From the moment I signed I considered myself the first-choice keeper at the club but it's down to the manager," De Gea told the Daily Mirror.
"He rotates us when he feels it's good for the team. But obviously I've played a few on the bounce now and that's positive.
"For a goalkeeper it's always important to have consistency and to be playing regularly. It's good for confidence and morale."