Stephen Hendrie is relishing the challenge that lies ahead of him at Fir Park.
The 23-year-old defender is back in Scotland on a six-month loan deal and is eager to get some game time under Stephen Robinson.
The ex-West Ham player is familiar with the Scottish top flight, having made more than 100 appearances for Hamilton Academical before departing for the Hammers in 2015.
And now that he’s a ‘Well player, he admits he is ready to kick on for the next six months.
“I’m absolutely buzzing,” the Glaswegian said. “Obviously to get back up the road and be playing in the Premiership too. I’m just happy to get it all done on deadline day.”
With Stevie Hammell’s retirement and an injury to Ellis Plummer, Robinson was eager to get a left back through the door before Wednesday’s deadline.
Stephen said: “I played up here in the league for a good number of years and then went down south, got a good bit of experience and now come back up here ready to get more games under my belt and kick on.
“I’m relishing the challenge of getting some game time up here. Of course I’m back nearer my family, so I think I’ll be much happier here. You need to be happy playing football, that’s the most important thing.”