Kidderminster Harriers winger Adam Dawson says he is relishing the chance to help Harriers after stepping up his return from injury.
The wide man has been working hard with the medical staff at Aggborough since returning from a loan spell at Tranmere Rovers.
Fresh from hernia surgery last week, the player was back out on the grass with his team mates in training on Tuesday.
Back in August, Dawson originally departed for Prenton Park after becoming unsettled with life away from his roots closer to the north.
He’s in better shape now, though, and doesn’t concern himself with talk of whether his entire second half of the season will be played out here at Aggborough, or anywhere else.
Speaking to Harriers PlayerHD for the first time since his return to Worcestershire, he admitted: “I am happier than I was before and I am settled at home.
“The last three months have been dark and now it is about coming back in and doing the best I can.
“I know people will think ‘does he want to be here?’ and ‘will he give 100%?’
“There’s no disputing that – I play football because I enjoy playing football – no matter what team I am playing for.
“Once I am on that pitch, I want to do the best I can, so if there’s any speculation [to the contrary], people are going to get 100% from me.
“As things stand, I am a Kiddy player and I want to stay here and help them in the situation they’re in.”