Josh Griffiths believes he is now showing Imps fans what he is all about after a Man Of The Match display against Rotherham United.
The 19-year-old goalkeeper impressed against the Millers, and credits the short break when he was away with the England U21 side with allowing him to reset.
He said: “I didn’t have the best start personally so the international break came at a good time to go away and reset, and against Rotherham I showed the fans what I can do.
“We can be relatively happy with a point from that game. I’m happy my performance was good and managed to keep us in the game, they were probably the better team so we’ll take a point.”
Griffiths helped Cheltenham Town to promotion from Sky Bet League Two last season, but this season has provided his first experience of playing in front of fans.
He added: “The atmosphere at home games has been brilliant - the lads told me beforehand what it is like but it has been incredible, especially up in the corner with the 617 Squadron.
“When you’re at home and doing well, the fans singing give you an extra five or ten per cent. It all helps.”