LOAN midfielder Gary Harkins is hoping to earn a first League start as Town battle for promotion.
The 19-year-old Scot from Blackburn Rovers made an eventful senior debut as a substitute in last weekend's 1-1 draw at Leyton Orient.
It has whetted his appetite for more and the Greenock-born player said:
"I enjoyed playing in front of a decent crowd down at Orient, it was good experience for me and now I'm hoping for the chance to make a start.
"I'm loving my time at the club, the lads are a really good bunch and it's fantastic to have come straight into the middle of a promotion chase.
"My heart jumped when the manager said get ready to go on last week, but as soon as I touched the ball I was fine.
"It's certainly something I'll never forget, especially as we finished with nine men, and if I can make a start during this loan that will be even better."
Harkins will be in Monday's squad heading south-west to Kidderminster (3.00) but will serve the second match in a Reserves ban when Town entertain Preston North End on Wednesday (2pm).
"Everyone at this club has a will to win, which is why I think we'll earn promotion," added Harkins.