James Wesolowski is desperate to get his career back on track during his loan spell at Dundee United after suffering two broken legs and one broken ankle in the last two years.
The 21-year-old Australian has moved to Tannadice from Leicester City on loan until the end of the season and hopes his luck will change during his spell in Scotland.
He told the Dundee Courier: "I'm mentally strong so, although what happened put me out of action for a while, I think I'm a stronger person for it now.
"Craig Levein gave me my chance at Leicester and I really enjoyed working with him. I liked the way he worked and you could see back then that he was a good manager.
"The club was having a bad time when he was there but he's come back to Scotland, has the club in third place so everyone can see how good he is."