Patient Jamie Paterson is aiming to pick up the pace at Huddersfield Town.
The on-loan Nottingham Forest forward has been at the club for two months, but has so far made only one start.
There have been four further appearances from the bench for the player who figured twice for Forest at the start of the campaign.
Paterson came close to a second after coming on against Derby County, hitting the side-netting during the 2-1 defeat.
Now the former Walsall man is eyeing Saturday’s trans-Pennine showdown with Burnley at Turf Moor as another chance to shine.
“I started well but came out of the team after Cardiff and we’ve been on a decent run (three wins and two draws in seven) since then,” he said.
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“I feel like now I’m getting a little bit more of a chance and I’m enjoying it at the minute.”
Paterson added: “The manager has spoken to me a couple of times and told me to be patient and said that my time will come.
“I think I have shown enough to him in the last couple of games and hopefully I’ll get some more games and goals in the future.”
While Town are in 15th place, Burnley are up in third after three wins from four.
“I’ve played there a couple of times before and it will be a tough game for us on what is quite a small pitch,” said Paterson.
“But we’ll be looking to get a result there. Derby are a good side and we could have taken something from them, so we can take heart.”