Andy Cannon wants to help contribute to the team in any way he can after making his first league start against Blackpool.
The midfielder played 77 minutes before being replaced by goalscorer Tom Eaves, with the 25-year-old happy to make his first league start.
“For me to get a start was great,” said Cannon.
“As a player, you want to play in every game so when the gaffer put me in the side I was happy from a personal point of view.
“For me, it was about doing my job and working as hard as I can for the team and, unfortunately, we were a little bit short in terms of getting the three points, but I think a point was a good result, especially after going down to ten men.”
Cannon is now looking forward to the second home match of the week as the Tigers host Neil Warnock’s Middlesbrough side at the MKM Stadium, and the midfielder is searching for another positive result.
“It’s another chance at home to get three points,” added the 25-year-old.
“Despite getting a point against Blackpool, we really wanted all three and we’re going to be taking the positives from that performance and implementing them against Middlesbrough.
“I thought we got in some good areas sometimes, but it was just the lack of end product.
“We need to find a way to be more clinical but we’re working hard in doing that and, hopefully, it’ll happen soon.”