How pleasing was it to come back to the club and score on your return to the club?
Yeah, it was really good. I was looking forward to playing and putting the blue shirt back on. It was nice to be able to play 90 minutes as it had been since November since I last played a full game. So it was nice to play the full match and to score was a bonus.
What made you decide to come back, was it just the possibility of first-team football?
Having not played as much as I would have liked at Leiston, I wanted to play as many games as possible. I had a word with Glen (Driver) and Brooksie had spoken to him as well and we agreed it would be ok for me to come on loan and see where it goes from there.
What are your goals for the rest of the season?
With Leiston having a small squad, there is always the possibility of being recalled after a month but I’d like to stay and get Lowestoft out of trouble and play as many games as I can.
You said having been through the good times, you wanted to help Lowestoft out of their bad period. How important is that to you?
Lowestoft will always be a big club to me. I did really well there and I had fantastic times when we got promoted. I’ve got lots of good mates that are still with Lowestoft from when we all played at Norwich and for me it just felt like going home.
Billericay tomorrow, how are you feeling ahead of that test?
Updated 19:08 - 12 Feb 2018 by Sean Galea-Pace
It’s going to be a big test as they’re top of the league with like seven games in hand. They are obviously a really good team but we’re all really looking forward to playing them. It’ll be my first game against them this season so I’m feeling good about it.