Callum McFadzean has hailed the team spirit at Chesterfield and vowed to give everything to the cause while at the club.
The left-sided player made his first start for Spireites since he joined on loan from Sheffield United in the disappointing 3-2 defeat at Newport County on Sunday.
He played the full 90 minutes at left-back after receiving a late call-up to the side and looked assured against a tricky opponent in Christian Jolley.
McFadzean, 19, was brought in for a hectic Christmas period that sees Chesterfield play eight games over the next four weeks.
The Sheffield-born player is cup-tied for the Johnstone’s Paint Trophy clash against Oldham Athletic on Tuesday night.
He said: “I’m happy to play anywhere, as long as I’m on that pitch I’ll play anywhere.
“I’ve only just come in but from what I’ve seen the lads look dedicated to the cause, want to do well and get promotion.
“I’ve not been here long but I’m feeling it too. I want to help this team where I can and get them where they need to be.”
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