Scarborough Athletic forward Jackson Jowett will look to take advantage of tonight's starting berth against Tadcaster Albion in the Integro League Cup and stake his claim for a more permanent spot in the starting 11.
"The squad is feeling good, and I want to fight for my place," said Jowett.
Jowett, who made his competitive debut for the club in the closing stages of Saturday's 3-1 win over Basford United added: "I'm keen to take advantage of any opportunities thrown my way.
"It is always good to have competition for places so I was pleased to finally get out on the pitch and playing.
"Of course I want to be starting games but hopefully I can kick on from this and Tuesday could be a fantastic chance for me.".
The 22-year-old, who Boro signed in the summer after impressing in preseason outings, claimed he is happy at the club despite limited opportunities.
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