On-loan Lincoln defender Robbie Williams hopes to impress against parent club AFC Telford on Saturday.
Williams is on loan at Sincil Bank until the summer when his contract expires with the visiting Bucks.
The Wales Under-23 international is keen to secure a permanent deal with the Imps, and will look to bolster his ambitions with a strong display against his contracted employers.
"I have always wanted to play full-time football, and this is nothing against Telford, but I couldn't have enjoyed my time here any better," he told This is Lincolnshire.
"You are with the lads all the time and you build a better bond with everyone.
"When you are at a part-time club like Telford that is obviously very difficult to do.
"I would love to stay at Lincoln in the long term because I have settled in well.
"I am training every day, the boys are great and I like the city. It's a very nice place and it's not too far from my place in Manchester so I get to go home now and again which is nice."
Only a point separates the two struggling sides, with Lincoln - who drew 1-1 at Kidderminster last weekend - narrowly ahead on the standings in 17th spot.
However, Telford have a game in hand, with Andy Sinton's men beating Braintree Town 1-0 in their previous league test.
In Lincoln team news, Andy Hutchinson misses out with a groin injury, as does long-term casualty Sam Smith (foot), while Paul Robson is doubtful with a knock.
Francis Laurent and Jamie Taylor are nearing a return to fitness, while Danny Lloyd, who missed out against the Harriers, will also come into the reckoning.
Meanwhile, Bucks boss Sinton expects a stern audit at the weekend.
"Lincoln are a decent side so it won't be easy," he told the Shropshire Star.
"I think if you said to Telford fans two years ago that we would be playing away at Lincoln in the Conference and be just a point behind them they would have taken that.
"In an FA Cup game between the two sides a couple of years ago Telford were massive underdogs and now we're going there on a level playing field."
Sinton has no fresh concerns, with long-term absentee Carl Rogers still out of the equation. The midfielder did, however, return to light training this week.
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