IF Delroy Facey needs any help making a go of his second spell with Town, then he's got plenty of ready advice.
Manager Peter Jackson is, himself, in his third stint with the club as player and manager.
And, in the dressing room, both Rob Edwards and Andy Booth are enjoying the Galpharm surroundings after being away to Chesterfield and Sheffield Wednesday respectively.
For Facey, his return on loan comes after playing for Bolton, West Brom and Hull (in addition to loans at Bradford and Burnley) and, should he stay for longer, then he's sure to feel very much at home.
"It has felt a little bit strange being back, but not too much," said Facey.
"The senior lads have made me very welcome while the younger ones were mostly in the Academy when I was here, so I knew them in any case.
"Just to play last week was great. I thought our back four were tremendous, along with Adnan Ahmed and Jon Worthington in midfield, and Michael Collins, who I had not seen play before, looks a great talent.
"As I've said before, if Peter Jackson can keep this squad together then Town are going places."
Strong and quick, Facey feels he can play a more significant role now for Town because of his extra experience.
"While I didn't play regularly with Bolton in the Premiership, I learned a lot from people like Jay-Jay Okocha and Youri Djorkaeff in training.
"People like that are world stars and you are bound to pick up good habits from them.
"It was the same at West Brom and also with people like Nick Barmby at Hull. Hopefully, I can use that experience to help the lads here."