CHRIS Arthur won't be banging down Neal Ardley's door asking for a starting spot.
The summer signing from Havant and Waterlooville has featured in five of AFC Wimbledon's six League Two games – all off the bench.
However, you won't hear the former QPR winger complaining about his lack of playing time.
He said: “I'm really enjoying it. It's taken a bit of time getting up to speed with the full-time training again.
“Every player wants to play games but I'm happy coming off the bench trying to make an impact.
“I'm certainly not getting in anyone's ear about not starting. We're doing well so I don't expect the manager to change a winning side.
“There's plenty of competition for places. I'm ready whenever I get another chance.”
Arthur's pace has frightened the life out of League Two defenders, but he admits he still needs to work on his end product.
“Crossing's a part of my game I need to improve,” added the 23-year-old.
“I've been taking a few tips off the gaffer about how to get the ball in the right areas.”
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