Lincoln City midfielder, Lewis Fiorini, says he could not speak any more highly of the club as his loan spell at the Imps draws closer to the end.
The Scotsman’s time at City is his second loan spell away from his parent club, Manchester City, and he says he has developed hugely since his arrival last summer.
Lewis said: “I think I’ve definitely learnt a lot and come on loads as a player. There has been quite a noticeable progression since the start of the season and the most recent games which is ultimately what I’m here to do. I came to play games and better myself so I’m happy.
“Last year my biggest challenges were being in a different country and being exposed to men’s football for the first time. This year the physical demands of playing every three days and playing against better players has been my biggest challenge and there is a noticeable step up in quality, but I’ve really enjoyed my time at the club I couldn’t speak positively enough about it.”
One of the key aspects in Lewis’ life that has driven him to improve since his arrival is the support of his family.
He added: “My whole family are massive; both of my parents will be down in Portsmouth and my Dad has always been a massive football fan so for him to watch me play is a dream.
“They keep me grounded and humble. Personally, I don’t look too far ahead. I take each game as it comes and I try not to think about what I’ll be doing the following season and always aim to take care of what I’m doing.”
Lewis and City are back in action on Good Friday as they travel to Fratton Park to take on Portsmouth. Supporters who are not attending can still back the Imps from home with an iFollow match pass which can be purchased HERE.