SEAN SCANNELL is desperate for the chance to get to grips with his old club Crystal Palace tonight.
The South Londoners visit for Huddersfield Town’s first Championship match since the departure of Simon Grayson, the man who brought the 22-year-old winger to West Yorkshire in the summer.
Town’s caretaker manager Mark Lillis has a first win in 13 league games in his sights – and £500,000 signing Scannell says he can help achieve that.
He was a force when coming off the bench in Saturday’s 1-1 home FA Cup draw with Leicester.
And the Palace youth product who played 141 games for the club would love the chance to make a 13th Town and 21st appearance in all start against Ian Holloway’s high-flying Eagles.
“I thought I did well when I came on against Leicester and I thought the team did well as a whole, but now we have to push on,” he said.