STANLEY striker Lutel James is prepared to get his shooting boots back on and score goals for new side Droylsden.
The 32-year-old signed a three-month loan deal with the Bloods on Thursday and will go straight into the side for their Conference North clash with Nuneaton on Saturday.
James, who has scored around 80 goals in three seasons at the Interlink, was prepared to battle for a Stanley spot despite going on the transfer list a couple of weeks ago but he says he now knows he has to go elsewhere.
"I knew after Saturday's win against Northwich. We were 4-4-2 and then I came off the bench and was still put onto the right wing.
"I need to be playing regularly up front and scoring goals. I had waited so long to get back in the team but after Northwich, I knew it was time to go, get myself fit and sharp again and get the chance to score goals somewhere else.
"I am disappointed to leave Accrington but, after a month, I can be called back at any time and John (Coleman) knows where I am.
"I don't feel I have anything to prove to anyone. I have scored plenty of goals for Accrington and, the proof of the pudding is that in the first seven games when I was involved more, we won more that we have in the last seven.
"I just wanted a chance - and don't feel like I have had a fair chance this season.
He continued: "My opportunities have been limited and I don't feel in those first seven games I made any more mistakes than anyone else did to get dropped.
"And, in all honesty, being on the bench up and down the country is not what I want to do so I am really looking forward to starting a game."
James has resigned himself to moving on - for now - and is familiar with many of his Droylsden team-mates.
Former Reds loan striker Jody Banim is firing home the goals for Dave Pace and ex-Red defender Stuart Howson has signed permanently.
"I know a lot of the players from my days at Hyde," said James. "They play three up front and it is attacking football so I will love it."
Manager John Coleman said: "It is the same situation as when Lutel first went on the transfer list - he wants to play football. He is like me when I was a striker, he wants to score goals, so he came to me and we decided it was better for him to go out on loan."
James will still train full-time with the Reds.