Marcus Bettinelli will get his chance to shine in goal for Fulham against Tottenham on Sunday.
The Whites stopper has played second fiddle to former Spurs youngster David Button in the league but Slavisa Jokanovic has used the England youth international in FA Cup ties.
And he will persist with Bettinelli, rather than relying on the more experienced Button on Sunday but, aside from his choice of goalkeeper, the Serbian would not give anything away.
“This competition is for Marcus and Marcus will be in goal,” Jokanovic said.
I try to find a competitive squad and a football game will always offer you a chance to win the game.
“We're going to try and find the best team for the game in front of us. We're facing one of the top Premier League team and it's not time for me to experiment.
“I know my team and we're going to try our best with what I have in my hand for Sunday's game.”
Ryan Fredericks will miss the contest against his former club due to serving the third game of a three match ban for his red card against Birmingham.
However, Tomas Kalas is fit to feature for the Whites, which will be a huge boost to Fulham's chances.
In the 22 games Kalas has played, the Whites have conceded 10 goals. In the 10 he has missed, the club have conceded 18.
Jokanovic confirmed: “Tomas Kalas started working today and we believe he'll be able to help us against Tottenham.
“He's a good player and we have a situation in our defensive four, where we expect if he is available he can help us.
On why Fulham are stronger with Kalas in, Jokanovic couldn't answer: “I am not only coaching one player and, in the end, in a normal situation I'm going to lose people during the season.
“I must focus on my team and find a solution. It depends on the moment during the season. Kalas, too, needs to improve.
“He's one of the players who have had physical problems. It's the third time he's been up and down and we suspect he'll find his best level for him and other players in the squad.”