City’s Ben House is pleased with the progression he has made this season and is thankful for the opportunities.
The 23-year-old joined the Imps from Eastleigh in January 2022 and has since become a mainstay in Mark Kennedy’s side, becoming the club’s top scorer this season in the process.
House said: “At the start of the season all I wanted to do was play, so I’m very grateful to the head coach and everyone at the club for allowing that to happen.
“I’d say I would still like a better goal return, but I think it’s going well and I’m happy with my progress considering it’s my first full season at this club and level.”
The Scotland U21 international believes the head coach’s style of play suits his game, and that this will have to be implemented by the squad to the best of their ability if they are to get a result against Peterborough United on Saturday.
House added: “I think it’s important to have a system and identity and with the way we press, that suits my game.
“We know we’re going to have to be at our best to beat Peterborough on Saturday and when we went to their place, it wasn’t a great day for us.
“The fans are also a big part of what we do and I think that’s why we’re unbeaten at home - they really get behind us. We all want to achieve more individually and as a team and the fans play a part in helping that.”