DANNY Rogers admits he has enjoyed the last few weeks as he attempts to establish himself as Premiership goalkeeper.

The on-loan Aberdeen stopper has had to bide his time for his chance but it came after Craig Samson retired to join former Saints boss Jack Ross at Sunderland as a coach.

But now he is in between the sticks, Rogers is determined to stay there.

He said: "The last few weeks have been great. I was out for a long time injured and then on the bench.

"Last year at Aberdeen I didn’t get a lot of game time so I need to grab it with both hands.

"I’m loving it at the moment. We’ve taken four points from three games since I came in and that’s pretty good. If we keep going that way I’m sure we’ll be alright.

"The Hamilton game wasn’t good losing three goals but apart from that I’ve been pretty pleased with how it’s gone."

Rogers is hoping to keep his second clean sheet in four games when St Mirren travel to face Livingston this afternoon and he knows exactly what he is going to be up against. 

He continued: “We’re getting Livingston at a good time. They hit the ground running but they’ve come in to a bit of a halt now.

"Teams are sussing them out a bit as they came in as the new boys with a completely different style of play to what everyone was used to.

"But people are clocking on and hopefully we can clock on to them too."