Norwich City attacker Tony Springett said the chance to play for a club that has helped to develop a number of young players played a part in his decision to sign for Northampton Town on loan for the rest of the season.
Springett has been in and around the Norwich first team squad so far this season, and is now focussed on helping the Cobblers continue what has been an excellent season so far.
"The club here and the manager are well known for developing young players and this seems a great place for me to be," he said.
"A lot of loan players have come in and had a lot of success. They have developed as players and the fact that the likes of Marc Leonard and Kieron Bowie have chosen to come back here the next season, and have been encouraged to come back by their parent clubs, says a huge amount. It shows what a good club this is to be at.
"I hope I can offer something a little different to the attacking players here at the moment and give us a different option. That is my aim and I hope I can help the team continue what has been a really good season so far.
"I have done my homework, I know the front three here can be quite fluid and I want to help with that and play my part when selected.
"There were other options but the reputation of the club here, the training facilities here and the way the club help develop young players was a big attraction for me."