ACCRINGTON defender Sean Webb is hoping he has done enough to secure a new deal with the Reds to the end of the season.
The Northern Ireland international’s loan spell is up in January and he is waiting to see if he returns to his club Ross County or stays in East Lancashire.
“I am not sure what is happening yet,” said the 24-year-old.
“I am really enjoying my time here - it is all new to me and I have to ask the lads how far every team is away as I haven’t got a clue!
“I was always interested in coming to the English league and when I spoke to the manager, John Coleman, I wanted to give it a go.
“Now I just want to stay in the team and play as much as I can now between now and when my contract is up.
“We haven’t talked about a new contract yet so I am not sure where I will be but once it is all sorted, I will start to look forward.”
Webb came to Stanley in August but his career has been on and off due to his international appearances.
He was part of the Northern Ireland squad whose Euro 2008 dream ended in a narrow defeat in Spain last month - he was on the bench.
“It is a good experience going away with Northern Ireland and being involved in the big competitions,” said Webb, who got his first full cap in America.
“I have obviously been involved for the last few season and it is different to club football.
“It was close for us but at the end we were disappointed not to qualify.
“When I have come back from the internationals, I have tended to get back in the Acrington team and I just hope I can stay there.
“I know there has been both good and bad results this season. I have been told the club has only started using a back five recently so it has taken time to adapt.
“We have had some good results out of it though as well and we have got to build on them.
“I had a good start to my Accrington career as we won 1-0 against Mansfield and there are games we should have won and we haven’t.
“But personally I am just enjoying the season. Every game is different to me as I have never played at these grounds before.
“Going to places like Bradford was a real eye opener as there was a huge stadium with 13,000 people there. And Shrewsbury was a nice place too - it is the diversity you get in Scottish Leagues.”
Webb turned up at Stanley knowing no one but has quickly adapted to English life.
“The lads have been really good. I haven’t had any jokes played on me yet so I think they are letting me settle in.
“It also took me a few weeks to understand most of them but I am there now!
“I knew of Kenny (Arthur) from when Ross County played against Partick Thistle but have now had to make friends with our new signing Billy Dennehy quickly as he has moved in with me!
“He is from Southern Ireland and I am from Northern Ireland but we are getting on well - we have to really!”
He has also seen Burnley’s Irish stars in Kyle Lafferty, Steve Jones and Michael Duff.
“I saw them when we played Burnley in the reserves - I am waiting for them to show me around Lancashire although my travel room-mate Martin Fearon is always on the end of the phone to tell me where places are and where I should get things.”
Webb is keen to stay but if he does return to Scotland it will be to a team who are top of the Scottish Second Division.
“Ross County were relegated last season but this season, we are doing well. We are one of the stronger teams in the league.
“It is just a case of wait and see what happens for me now.”