Eintracht Frankfurt keeper Frederik Rønnow is happy with how the season has unfolded for him.
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Frederik Rønnow says he's 'happy and proud' with his performances for Eintracht Frankfurt this season.
After playing just six games for Frankfurt last season following his move from Danish side Brøndby IF, Rønnow was called upon to guard his club's goal when Kevin Trapp suffered a long-term injury a few months ago.
While Trapp should be back in contention next month, Rønnow insists it makes no sense for him to think about how long he will keep hit spot in the starting eleven.
"Of course it's something I could think about, but what would I get out of it? Nothing at all," Rønnow told the Frankfurter Rundschau.
"I'm happy and proud that I can now show what I can do and who I am. Last year's many difficulties didn't make me stray from my path," the Danish goalkeeper added before making it clear that there are "no problems or difficulties at all" between him and Kevin Trapp.
The 27-year-old has made 11 appearances for Frankfurt this season.