DJ Campbell is determined to fire Blackpool to safety after enduring six weeks of 'hell' on the sidelines.
The 29-year-old has not figured for the Seasiders since being dismissed in a 4-0 defeat to Wolves on 26th February.
Having seen red at Molineux for an angry push on Richard Stearman, the striker was forced to serve a three-match ban.
Unfortunately for him, it has taken longer than usual for that suspension to be completed, with international fixtures having prolonged his agony.
Campbell is, however, raring to go in Saturday's home date with Arsenal and hopes he can add to his nine-goal return this season and help Blackpool beat the drop.
He told the club's official website: "The last six weeks have been hell for me, if I'm honest.
"When I'm not playing football, it's not a good thing. I need to be playing.
"Obviously I regret it. I get kicked all the time but I don't know why I reacted in that way.
"I play with a lot of passion and want to win and sometimes you let things get the better of you.
"I don't think I slept properly for two or three days after I was sent off.
"We have got seven games left and hopefully I can score the goals to put it right.
"I let the boys, the club and myself down and I've been thinking when I get back I've got to do as much as I can."
Blackpool are sat just a point above the Premier League relegation zone after winning only one of their last 11 top flight fixtures.