Rangers goalkeeper Cammy Bell has told the club's official site that he wants to keep his recent unbeaten run going this weekend.
Bell, 28, joined Rangers from Kilmarnock back in 2013, and whilst he's a highly-rated shot stopper, he's had a frustrating season this year.
Bell played the first three games of the season for Rangers, but was then ruled out through injury, missing seven months of the season.
Now back in the side, manager Stuart McCall will be delighted to have an experienced player in his ranks again - and so far, his impact has been noticeable.
In the ten games that Bell has played since his return from injury, Rangers have won six and drawn four, whilst their only defeat came when Bell missed the game against Queen of the South in April.
It's a remarkable unbeaten run for Bell, and having been between the sticks for Rangers' 2-1 play-off first leg win over Queen of the South on Saturday, he's now looking for the same in the second leg at Ibrox on Sunday - and is of course looking to carry on this unbeaten run of his.
"Playing in big games is something I relish and I love doing and hopefully we have another five ahead of us," said Bell. "I just need to put in good performances and I haven’t been beaten since I came back so hopefully I can keep that run up too," he added.
If Rangers do make it past Queen of the South this weekend, they will then face Hibernian in the next round, with Rangers pushing for promotion back to the Scottish Premiership under McCall; and with Bell in goal, they have a much better chance than without him, as the results appear to show.