Portsmouth keeper wantsÂ to be in league of his own
Craig MacGillivray is targeting an unblemished league season for Pompey.
The Blues keeper is out to maintain an ever-present League One record for his side this term.
MacGillivray believes playing every fixture is a realistic ambition for him, following an impressive opening to his career at Fratton Park.
The 25-year-old is out to make his 14th appearance against Fleetwood today and collect his fifth clean sheet in that period.
And after making a strong impression with supporters, MacGillivray is aimingÂ to continue that form for the duration of the league campaign.
He said: '˜I said first game of the season that the aim is to get a full season under my belt.
'˜I need to keep myself fit, keep working hard in training and put things into practice which need doing.
'˜Recovery will be important. The better your recovery, the less likely you are to get injured and the better your performances will be over a consistent period.
'˜I need to enjoy it '“Â and get these 46 games. That's definitely my aim.'
MacGillivray's 13 Pompey appearances this term already outstripÂ his previous best league return for a club.
The Scottish-born keeper picked upÂ 12 league outings in three years at Walsall and anotherÂ eight League One gamesÂ with Shrewsbury last season.
MacGillivray added: '˜It's brilliant. I'm now past the amount of games in one season in my professional career already.
'˜TodayÂ willÂ be my 14th appearance which is close to my total last season - including cup games.
'˜I'm loving every minute. Literally, loving it.
'˜I'm waking up every Saturday or Tuesday waiting for kick-off. There's no better feeling than playing games.
'˜My mindset has always been the same, but now I'm playing I can put it into practice more.'