Australian Callum Elder is after more game-time after making an impressive debut for English Championship club Hull City.
Elder joined Hull on a three-year deal from Leicester City in August.
The fullback had been plagued by injury since joining the Tigers, with a calf complaint ruling him out for the first seven games of the season.
But the Aussie finally made his debut in Saturday's 2-2 draw with Wigan Athletic.
“It was brilliant, I was really delighted to get my debut, to get the shirt,” Elder told The Hull Daily Mail.
"It is only one game, I need to build on that and I will get back in on Monday and work hard and continue to do that and hopefully be in the team next week. It is one game, it’s a long season and I need to get back and work hard and be ready for Luton."
Elder is set to retain his place at left back for the Tigers' match against Luton.
Hull boss Grant McCann was pleased with the 24-year-old's display against the Latics.
"He was excellent," McCann said.
"I’m really, really pleased for Callum. He’s been working hard for the past three or four weeks, working really hard on the training ground. “The last couple of weeks he’s been with us training and we could see that he’s ready.
"He showed exactly why we brought him to the football club. Our full-backs have to be aggressive, they have to be high in their position and they have to be able to run forward and sprint back.
"Callum showed he’s got all that against Wigan."