Adam Quinn has returned to Worksop Town to try and and capture the first promotion of his career.
The centre-half, on loan from Bradford Park Avenue until the end of the season, has never managed to escape a division and he’s determined to put that right in 2014.
An impressive two month loan spell before Christmas was halted prematurely by a broken arm, sustained at King’s Lynn Town.
But his recovery coincided with a second loan spell, as Mark Shaw brought him back.
And Quinn is delighted.
“I’m very happy to be back,” he told the Guardian.
“I really enjoyed my football here and I was disappointed wen I had to cut the loan spell short.”
“I’s good to be back, the plan is to finish strong and try and get promoted.”
A promotion would be the perfect end to the season for Quinn, who has tasted play-off heartache before.
“I got to the play-off final when I was at Halifax and we lost in extra-time,” he said.
“It would be nice to go up.”
“Over the last few years I’ve been at clubs that have been struggling, so it’s great to be at the top end and challenging.”
Shaw has lauded Quinn’s leadership as a steadying force for Tigers, and it’s a role the defender is comfortable with.
“He said he wanted me to help out with the younger lads and if I can help in any way that’s great.”