Goalkeeper Tetteh Luggard is confident he can only get better after he kept another clean sheet for Hearts over the weekend.
The former Sporting Mirren glovesman was for the second time in a row selected ahead of Philemon McCarthy and Sammy Adjei.
The confidence of the shot-stopper is growing week-in-week out and he believes he can only improve.
â€œMy confidence level is up and I am just hoping I will keep working hard to remain in the position,â€ Luggard said
â€œThe competition for the spot is very tough but with hardwork and determination, everything is possible.
â€œIt is the dream of every goalkeeper to enjoy regular-playing time and thatâ€™s what Iâ€™m working on.â€
Hearts recorded a 2-0 win over Liberty Professionals at the Accra sports stadium to move 8th on the table.