Darren Ambrose is hoping his loan spell with Ipswich will result in a permanent move to Portman Road.
The 24-year-old, who started his career with the Tractor Boys, has returned to the club on loan from Charlton until January.
After experiencing Premier League with Newcastle and Charlton, Ambrose admits he is ready to return to his roots.
"I'm delighted to be back here," Ambrose told the club's official website.
"I had the best part of my career at Ipswich. I grew up as a youngster at the club and when the chance came to come back here, I jumped at it.
"The club is on the rise and when you look around the squad you have to believe that promotion is a possibility here.
"There are some top quality players here and a top class manager as well.
"I know how determined the manager is to get this club back into the Premier League."
Ambrose feels he still has a point to prove at Portman Road and admits a permanent switch is top of his priorities.
"I'm here on loan until January but I'd love to make it a permanent move," he said.
"I feel I have unfinished business here after leaving so early in my career and I want to fulfil my potential at the club.
"I've got two months to show the manager that I'm worth keeping here. It's down to me."