YOUNG Andy Holdsworth is fully focused on a winning finale to his first League Football season and on rewarding a lifetime of family support.
The 20-year-old was all set to extend his run of senior appearances under Peter Jackson against Mansfield at the McAlpine today.
And he will complete 40 first-team games when Town round off the Third Division campaign against Cheltenham at Whaddon Road next Saturday.
That's a target he could only have dreamed about when he was thrown into a string of pre-season friendlies, but he now seems one of several Academy products destined for bigger things.
"The gaffer has given me a lot of support and I'm delighted to have played so many games," said the Pontefract-based right wing-back.
"My family and friends are really pleased as well and if we can finish off with a couple of wins to gain promotion, that will be great."
Holdsworth's parents, Judy and Ted, his grandfather Jack and a posse of friends rarely miss Town matches.
"My family took me all over the place to play football with Ryhill when I was younger and they still come to all the games now," he said.
"I just hope we can go up because that would be a brilliant way to finish my first season in the team.
"Obviously I want to keep going now that I've had a long run at League level and, if we can make the most of this big week coming up, that will be superb."
Holdsworth revelled in the atmosphere created by a crowd of 23,495 at Hull and wants to be part of what could potentially be a derby-filled Second Division fixture list next season.
"The atmosphere last week was unbelievable," he said.
"I turned round to tell David Mirfin to cover behind at one stage and he just didn't hear me. I had to go up at the next break in play and tell him to be on his toes . It was amazing."