The 20-year-old is yet to make his competitive debut for Liverpool after arriving on Merseyside from MTK Hungaria in 2007, though he acknowledges with both Reina and Brad Jones already at Anfield, he faces a tough battle to break into the first-team.
Nonetheless, Gulacsi intends to use the opportunities provided to him by Tranmere Rovers to show what he is capable of.
"I really enjoy being at Tranmere," Gulacsi told liverpoolfc.tv. "I wanted to come back after playing there last season. I love being part of the team and the group of lads. Senior football is so much more competitive than playing in the reserves.
"I'm realistic with myself. I know I'm third in line at Liverpool and I'm not saying I should be playing.
"At the moment the other two are better goalkeepers. I have to focus on my progression and play as well as I can. I always try to do my best in the training sessions.
He added: "I know that Liverpool think I have a future so I have to make sure I always do my best."