MATHEW RYAN has targeted an unbroken Premier League season at Albion after a turbulent spell with Valencia.

The Australian international is among 13 players, another seven of them goalkeepers, to have played every minute of every match.

Ryan continues his ever-present record at Crystal Palace tomorrow, in the face of competition from Tim Krul and Niki Maenpaa.

He has bounced back from a torrid two years at Valencia, where he made only ten appearances in La Liga and was loaned out to Belgian club Genk.

Ryan, 26, told The Argus: “You look for stability and for me, when I didn’t get that, all of a sudden it’s turbulence and everything, which was in Valencia.

“Every season, aside from Valencia, I’d played every game of every season. I guess that’s just the norm for me.

“That’s why I’m here. I’m here to do a job.

“I want to contribute in every opportunity you get to pull on those boots and gloves and be out there.

“We are so fortunate to be footballers and live the life that we live and I never want to take it for granted.

“Touch wood I can stay fit, healthy, keep in good form and continue to get selected and contribute to the team staying up.”