HOMEGROWN hero Delroy Facey reckons he's learned a lot on his travels in the last three years.
And it was hard to argue after this match-winning performance against Oldham - his first in Town colours since the 2002 play-off semi-final defeat at Brentford.
"I'm more experienced from working with some top players and, hopefully, I can bring that to bear here and help Town move forward," said Facey, who set up both of Pawel Abbott's goals.
"I'm delighted that Peter Jackson has given me the opportunity to prove myself again at this club and, the more games I play, the fitter, better and faster I'll become.
"I'm going to get my head down and work hard, not just for myself but for the club, and I felt very comfortable coming back, even though I joined the squad only at short notice on Saturday.
"The young lads were tremendous and, if Peter can keep the squad he's got, then Town are going places."
Facey has another year of his Hull contract still to run and is keeping an open mind on whether his Town loan might become permanent.
"I'm concentrating only on the month to start with and next week's game against Bradford - which is as big as it gets for Town in terms of derbies," he said.
"Whether Hull will want me to go back, whether they'll let me stay longer or whether it will become permanent, I just don't know. We'll have to see what happens.
"It just feels good to be here and to be playing and, after getting some stick from the fans over at Hull, it was nice to get a good reception from them.
"If I can score a few goals like Luke Beckett did and contribute to Town moving up the table then I'll be happy with that and I'm sure the fans will be as well.
"When I left, it was to pursue everyone's dream of playing in the Premiership and, while it didn't work out for me, I've gained a lot of experience which I hope I can pass on to the young lads.
"They've got a lot of talent and they seem very willing to listen and to work hard, which is great.
"We were tremendous in the first half and, in the second when we had to grind out the result, we did."