Chievo midfielder, Isaac Coffie says he wants to hold on firmly to his starting spot in the team.
The 21-year-old who has been capped once by Ghana has made six appearances for the team this season and started in three games.
But after been handed a starting berth in the last two games, the former Genoa player thinks it is about time he grabs it once and for all.
New coach, Eugenio Corini seems to have a lot of confidence in Coffie and his decision to start in the last two games has paid off since they both resulted in victories.
“I feel happy to be a starter and most importantly helping my team to win the last two Serie A matches.
“The competition in the team is tight but it is not easy for a coach to change a winning team.
“I am really bent on working hard for the coach to know I will deliver whenever he counts on me,” Coffie told Goal.com Ghana.
He will be hoping to make another start when the yellow-blues play against Roma this Sunday.