After playing 15 games so far, on-loan left-back Cameron Borthwick-Jackson feels he’s starting to come into his own for the Iron.
The Manchester United loanee has had his best run of first team games in three years and he’s looking forward to kicking on over the coming weeks and helping Scunthorpe climb the table.
He’s hoping that can start with a victory over Plymouth Argyle at the weekend.
The 21-year-old told iFollow Iron: “We need to get a positive result this weekend and hopefully spark a good run.
“When you’re at home, you have to play positive and we’ve done well at home recently. We need to find a way to get the goals and get positive results.
“We’ve been quite positive and at home you have to attack from the go and put on a display for the fans.”
He added: “For me, getting into a run of games is when I play my best football. I’ve played 15 games here now, getting into my stride and hopefully I can get better and better.
“It’s just a case of taking more ownership on myself, try and drive the game a bit more. My confidence is good at the moment and hopefully I can do more for the team.”
In terms of the run of form, the Manchester United defender continued: “I don’t think we’re playing bad football, we just need to cut out individual errors and hopefully that one result can spark a good run.
“Sometimes it’s a bit of luck, but we just need to turn that around this week and put on a show for the fans.”
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