City forward, Liam Cullen, who arrived on loan from Swansea in January says he has thoroughly enjoyed his time in Lincolnshire as we head closer towards the end of the season.
Liam said: “I have loved my time here and I’ve not got a bad thing to say about this club. I’ve learnt a lot as well with it being my first loan away from Swansea at a different club and it’s been an experience that will help me in the future.
“The reason I came was to play games at this level and do the best I can, so the aim until the end of the season is to do the best I can in however long I play. As a team, we want to do as well as possible and finish strong because we know we can do better and beat anyone in this league.”
With City well stocked in the striking department, Liam has found playing time limited at points. Despite this, he says his mentality and versatility is the reason he has been able to force himself back into the side in recent weeks.
He added: “I think for anyone coming off the bench you want to make an impact and have a positive affect and that’s what every manager looks for in their substitutions. That should be everyone’s mindset when they’re on the bench to do the best they can to give the manager a decision to make for the next game so hopefully I did that and come Saturday we’ll soon see.
“I’ve always been a number nine through the youth teams and that’s always been my preferred position. I am versatile so I can play out wide and in the behind the striker and I will give 100% so wherever I am asked to play I will do my best.”