Goalkeeper Andy Warrington tells todays 'Tiser that he will give his all to get in the gaffers plans. The veteran keeper played the second half against Sheffield Wednesday in midweek and Warrington was happy to get some minutes. “It was nice to get the gloves back on and get 45 minutes under my belt. I felt very sharp and I've felt sharp in training since we started back. I'm not the kind of person to give up on the job and I'll give my best to try and get back into the manager's plans." he said “It's not a case of trying to prove anybody wrong, I'll just keep on doing what I have been. People know how I feel about the club and I'd like to stay. I'm not one who sits and sulks. It's football, you just have to get on with it." “You always want to be playing regularly but I would like to stay here. I want to help the club to gain promotion and play at the new stadium next year." he added. Meanwhile the gaffer was full of praise for him; “I've spoken to Andy. He showed he is a very good goalkeeper, he was fantastic in the second half and he's in contention.” Andy Scott said.