Tomasz Kuszczak is enjoying his prolonged run between the sticks for United, but admits he still needs to raise his game.
The Polish stopper has started the last six games in a row following an injury to Edwin van der Sar. However, he wasn’t happy with his latest display, in the midweek win over Wolves, despite keeping a clean sheet.
Speaking to MUTV, Kuszczak said: “I still make some small mistakes which I'm not happy with. I'll stay honest about my performance. Okay, I didn't concede, but I made some mistakes which could have cost us a goal.
“They didn't, but I'll try to play better next time and have more composure. Every single game for me is like a lesson. I need games to get better but I'm enjoying playing regularly because you can do something with your performance.”
Kuszczak is determined to hold onto his place for as long as possible after sampling regular first-team action. He admits that after some tough times when he found himself out of the side for prolonged periods, it’s been refreshing to get plenty of game time.
“To play at Old Trafford, and just to play for Manchester United is always nice. I've had some hard times in the past when I didn't play and my goal is to play. Now it is my turn when I'm playing