Myhill is strictly second choice to skipper Scott Carson at the Hawthorns.
But he says: "I am at a club where there are a couple of other good goalkeepers in Dean Kiely and Scott Carson and I knew that when I came here.
"My aim is to show what I can do over a long period of time and the rest is up to the manager.
"As a club it can only be beneficial to have a good goalkeeping department and I am sure the manager will be delighted if he doesn't have to change the goalkeeping position all season.
"That's the nature of football and the challenge for me is to remain consistent in training and show what I can do."