Paul Dixon has his sights set on a third straight start as Huddersfield Town try to spoil Neil Lennon’s perfect home record as Bolton Wanderers boss.
But the Scot is taking nothing for granted as he continues his battle with Jack Robinson for the left-back berth.
“It’s been good to get two games in a row, even if there was the international break in between,” said the 27-year-old.
“Hopefully I can keep playing well and keep the shirt.”
Of his duel with on-loan QPR and England Under 21 player Robinson, Dixon added: “It’s good competition.
“I have just got my head down and got on with it.
“You just have to train hard every day and wait for your opportunity.”
Town have home games against Brentford and Birmingham City and a trip to Norwich City coming up before Christmas.
And Dixon pointed out: “It’s always a crucial stage of the season.
“But the way I look at it, every game is winnable and we must focus on ourselves and try to keep picking up points.
“Once we are through December we can hopefully push on and finish the season strongly.”
Lennon, appointed Bolton boss on October 12, has three wins from three at the Macron Stadium.