The 29-year-old has enjoyed a similar run of success while deputising for Watford's first choice shot-stopper Heurelho Gomes during this year's FA Cup campaign and is hopeful he will be given the nod to play should the Hornets make the Final of the knockout competition.
"Two games, two clean sheets, two wins - I could not have asked for more," said Pantilimon after Watord beat Leeds United 1-0 in the fifth round on Saturday.
"The manager has not promised me anything and he doesn't need to speak too much with me because he knows that, if he gives me a chance, I will give my best.
"I don't expect to play every round - I am just a player doing his job but it's not secret that the FA Cup is special for me. It's the only competition in England where I don't have a winner's medal in my collection and I hope to have one in future.
"When I played in every round except the final for Manchester City in 2013, it would be fair to say it was the biggest disappointment of my career - but that is in the past and I'm just looking forward now.
"We are not here by luck - we deserve it, we have been focused in every game. I hope we can go all the way to the final without conceding a goal - I did it before and I believe we can do it again."