Jake Forster-Caskey is back at stadiummk and the midfielder is eager to pick up where he left off in his previous spell.
After returning to parent club Brighton & Hove Albion, he found his opportunities limited once again so now, after re-joining the Dons until the end of the season, the 21-year-old is eager to get back on the pitch and put in the types of performances that impressed boss Karl Robinson and the fans a-like.
“I can’t wait to play regular football again,” Forster-Caskey told MK Dons PlayerHD. “Back at Brighton I wasn’t playing so I came here for a month and got the hunger back
“I was quite happy with my performances. I hadn’t played that many games before that so I wasn’t at my fittest and now I’m here for longer, hopefully I can do even better.
“When it was only a month I only had a limited amount of games to show what I could do. Now I can really focus on playing well for MK Dons.
“I know the playing style here having played before. It is about playing games for me but also playing well and hopefully I can do that.”
“I’ve kept an eye (on results) since I left,” he added. “The team have been doing okay but in some results they’ve not done so well.”
Forster-Caskey helped the men from MK1 earn four points during his first spell in Milton Keynes and the England Under-21 international is confident the side can start to pick up results.
The Dons face two tough Sky Bet Championship fixtures against Burnley and Reading this coming week as they look to build on the point they earned at Elland Road last time out.