Jack Barlow is planning to make his mark during his loan spell with Scarborough Athletic.
The youngster made his full debut on Saturday in the thrilling 3-3 draw at home to Belper after joining on loan from Hull City until the end of the season.
Barlow is planning to find his feet in the Boro side before putting himself in the shop window with a combination of goals and attacking flair.
“I’m used to playing in the under-21 league for Hull, so this is a little bit different because you don’t tend to get the big tackles,” said Barlow.
“I’ll have to adapt to what is a good league and then I’ll be looking to push on.
“My contract is up at the end of the year, if I stay at Hull then maybe I’ll be wasting another season so it might be best if I moved on.
“The loan move will give me the chance top get game-time and put myself in the shop window.
“I’m planning on repaying Scarborough for the opportunity by scoring goals and helping to get them in the play-offs - that is my main aim.”
Barlow: “It is a good football, but that came as no suprise to me by looking at the likes of Bryan Hughes, Chris Bolder and Gary Bradshaw who play in it.
“The fans are crazy for this level as well. I spoke to Joe Cracknell about that and we are both really impressed by the support Scarborough get.”