Manchester United defender Cameron Borthwick-Jackson has had a pop at Wolves.
Borthwick-Jackson is looking to make up for lost time and get back to his best as the United left-back begins his season-long loan at Scunthorpe.
“On a personal note, the ambition is to get back to where I know I can be and play as many games as I can," the 21-year-old told Press Association Sport ahead of Saturday's season opener at Coventry.
“But as a collective, I want to help the team push for promotion and obviously give the fans something to be excited about along the way.
“I probably do better when I have a run of games and get into my stride.
“When I was at Wolves, the first game I played I got man of the match and the next game I was in the stands, so it was a bit of a strange one.
“Obviously when (Paul) Lambert came in, he had his reasons for not wanting to play me. “I don't think I was his type of player, he preferred others and I think that was the same sort of scenario at Leeds.
“So, I feel like this manager (Nick Daws) has faith in me. He's going to give me the chance and hopefully I can repay that by good performances."