Lincoln City midfielder Lasse Sorensen says his time with the Imps has been as enjoyable as he had hoped prior to his arrival from Stoke City in the summer.
The Dane has become an integral part of Michael Appleton’s squad since his switch to the imps, appearing 26 times to date – the second-highest total in the side.
Lasse said: “It’s like what I thought it would be before I came here, it’s a nice place and I like being here.
“It’s really important to enjoy where you are playing your football otherwise you cannot play at the best level you can. If you’re happy to come in every day, then it makes that part easier.”
With the club's positive track record of developing younger players and, with Sorensen aged just 22, he says he has already seen significant development to his game but he is determined to improve further.
He said: “When I look back at my first games when I came in and I have improved a lot in learning the game. The more you play, the better you get, so I think I have developed a lot.
“I am probably the most critical out of everybody with my performances. I will always look at the games afterward and see what I could do better.”
Speaking ahead of what he believes will be a difficult fixture against Plymouth Argyle, Lasse added: “Of course, results have been a little up and down since coming here, but that’s part of football. We are trying to make that right and trying to win as many games as possible.
“It is a long journey and not one you want to lose, but that’s not what we plan to do anyway so we want to win the game and make those supporters who have made the travel happy.”