DANNY ADAMS is just itching to play for Town.
Not only that, but he would jump at the chance of signing a permanent deal at the Galpharm.
"If I was offered a contract I would sign tomorrow," said the 29-year-old former Stockport player, who is on non-contract terms with Town.
"It would be a really fantastic opportunity to play with a big club like this, where there is a lot of ambition and a fantastic spirit.
"Everything is done professionally and it is just the kind of place I have always wanted to play football."
Having been called onto the bench at the last gasp when goalkeeper Paul Rachubka reported his back injury before the 2-1 win against Peterborough, left-back Adams is champing at the bit to get into the action against Doncaster at the Galpharm tomorrow (3.00).
"I'm hoping to play a few games at some point because that's why I came here, but with the team winning and playing well there hasn't been much either the gaffer or myself can do about it," he explained.
"All I've been aiming to do is work hard in training every day and try and impress and, if I get the chance to play, that will be great."
A die-hard Manchester City fan - "that didn't go down too well at Stockport!" - Adams is looking to the next chapter of his career after starting out at Altrincham, where he was a playing colleague of Paul France, moving on to Macclesfield and then joining Stockport, where he's been a big hit.
"I wasn't going to get a contract offer there because I'd fallen out with the new management," he explained.
"It was a bit petty on their side because I'd played every game up until then and was having a good season. I'd even been offered a new contract before Sammy McIlroy was sacked, so I couldn't have been doing much wrong.
"The situation was disappointing for me because I lived near the ground and the training ground, everything was right for me and I enjoyed my time working under Sammy, but it went a bit pear-shaped when I expressed my views to the new manager (Chris Turner).
"Obviously, I was very pleased when I heard Huddersfield were interested. I could have gone to Carlisle before they came in, but Stockport messed that up for me, and I could have gone to Bury on deadline day, but I wanted a new challenge and felt this was the best.
"It helps when you know someone like Peter Jackson has taken notice when you've played well against his team, and now I'm here I can't wait to play for Town."
Adams knew none of the squad before his arrival - "apart from having a tussle with one or two of them on the pitch" - but he's enjoying being part of a late run towards the play-off positions.
"The lads have welcomed me and they are a good bunch," he said.
"I don't think we performed as well last week at Peterborough as we'd done in the previous couple of games, but it was a good result and let's hope the run continues.
"After four wins on the trot, the lads are buzzing and we don't fear anyone. All we've need to do is keep it going and you never know what might happen."
Town - Rachubka, Senior, Edwards, Holdsworth, Mirfin, T Clarke, N Clarke, Worthington, Ahmed, Brandon, Abbott, Booth, Mendes, Adams, Fowler, Brown, Schofield, McAliskey, Collins.
Doncaster - Turner, Mulligan, Fenton, Fisher, Priet, Coppinger, Ravenhill, Doolan, McIndoe, Blundell, Roberts, Guy, Green, Fortune-West, Albrighton, Warrington.
Referee - Mark Clattenburg (Tyne).