Warrington Town right-back Josh Seary says his time at the club has been a positive learning curve.
The 18-year-old initially joined on a three-month loan on the eve of the 2022/23 season.
A standout performer on a weekly basis, Seary’s loan deal was recently extended until the beginning of January.
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To date, he has made 24 appearances in all competitions.
Discussing his time at the club, he said: “It’s good. I’m playing well and I think the fans like me, so I’m doing something right!
“Going on loan was a big thing for me because I felt like I needed men’s football to help me boost up football-wise.
“When I come back, the aim is to go back with the first team and prove what I can do.”
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Seary also admits that the opportunity to feature alongside, and learn from a number of experienced players has aided his recent development.
“Some of the players have played at Wembley, in play-offs, big games,” he added.
“To learn from them, not just on the field but off the field, has been good. I’m learning every day.”