Bayern Munich winger Arjen Robben has insisted that he is not concerned about losing his place in the starting lineup this season.
The Netherlands international has made only six Bundesliga appearances for the Bavarian giants so far this campaign due to injuries.
"I am a pro and always give 100% in training," he told reporters. "When I am brought on, when I play, I will give it all for the club and the team. That is not in question at all.
"It is about the success of the team and about nothing else. We want to win titles, that is what matters. We all have to work hard and keep fighting. I will certainly do my share."
Robben added that he hopes coach Jupp Heynckes gives him more chances in the second half of the season.
"I have always been there when I came back from injuries," said the 29-year-old. "It is not always easy.
"When you play your first game or when you start for the first time, you are not in world-class form. You need to find your rhythm again.
"After all I am only human. I hope the boss gives me a chance in the near future."
Robben joined Bayern from Real Madrid in the summer of 2009.