Andy Scott is happy with Charlie MacDonald to carry on taking Brentford FC's penalties.
The Bees striker fluffed his lines from the spot against Port Vale on Saturday, just as he did with his first effort against Aldershot three weeks ago.
MacDonald took over penalty duties after Glenn Poole missed a couple of efforts earlier in the season, with some fans calling for Mac to now do likewise and hand it over to Kevin O'Connor.
But in MacDonald's favour, he has been suucessful from the spot against Exeter, Aldershot (second time around) and Chester.
And Scott said: "We've not discussed it yet, but I'll be talking to Charlie this week.
"If he's happy to carry on taking them, then I'm happy with that. But if he doesn't want to, we'll see if anobody else fancies it."
Jordan Rhodes could well be the one who sticks his hand up after extending his loan from Ipswich to the maximum 93 days.
That will see him stay at Griffin Patrk until the penultimate game of the season, although Ipswich can recall him at 24 hours notice.