IPSWICH defender Frederic Veseli is hoping to guide Bury to League Two safety in the final three matches of his loan spell at the JD Stadium.
The Shakers face crunch games at relegation rivals Northampton Town and at home to Bristol Rovers and Exeter before Veseli’s return to the Tractor Boys.
And the 21-year-old former Manchester United player, who has been an ever-present in the Bury side since his first start at Hartlepool on New Year’s Day, wants to bow out on a high.
“It’s my personal character - if I commit to something I will go all out and do it 100 per cent,” he said.
“The lads have been great with me from day one and obviously the coaching staff as well.
“Everyone at the club has been really good and I wouldn’t want to leave here and see a Bury side losing games.
“Hopefully, when I do leave they will carry on a good run and I just wish them the best really.
“But, saying that, there are still a lot of games left for me to play and I will concentrate on them first and will be going all out to win every game.”
In his 15 starts for the Shakers, the Swiss Under-21 international has only been on the losing side three times, helping the JD outfit to four wins and eight draws.
But while Veseli has designs on returning to play for Ipswich at Championship level, he admits after playing mainly reserve-team football up to his arrival at Bury that it has been a rude introduction to competitive action.
“At Hartlepool and Chesterfield, in my opening two games, I was nowhere near the standard I should have been,” he said.
“It’s a different style of play for me. It’s not always the tactical or technical side, it’s more the physical.
“It can only do me good and that’s why I came here - to play some games.
“In my point of view, I think I have done better every single game. Most importantly, I think I have learned every game and hopefully the fans got to see that.”
Sadly for the Shakers fans, the youngster, who has helped keep eight clean sheets in his 15 matches, is unlikely to return to the JD Stadium as a permanent signing.
“It’s been a good learning curve, I think,” he said.
“I left reserve football behind in the summer when I signed for Ipswich (from Manchester United) and I just want to go and play first-team football somewhere now, ideally at Ipswich.
“My plan is to take what I learned here and put that into the games there.”