Ben Smith has revealed that he is keen to secure another loan move away from Doncaster in the New Year.
Currently filling back-up duties at the Keepmoat Stadium, Smith was awarded a rare run-out on Saturday when he replaced the injured Neil Sullivan during Rovers' 4-1 defeat at Nottingham Forest.
He accepts that he is unlikely to be handed a starting role on a regular basis, though, with Sullivan's considerable experience marking him out as the obvious first-choice.
With that in mind, Smith is keen to take in as many games as possible away from Doncaster, helping to aid his own development.
The 23-year-old shot-stopper has taken in spells at Lincoln and Morecambe in the past and admits he would be willing to be sent out on a short-term basis once again.
He said: "I really enjoyed my time at Morecambe. I only played three games because the last week I was there it was the FA Cup and Rovers wouldn't let me play because they didn't want me cup-tied.
"At the end of the day it is all about playing and you learn more from playing in a game and being under pressure. I think that I came back to the club a better player for the experience and I also felt a lot sharper.
"I'd like to go out on loan again somewhere early in the New Year if the situation remains the same at the club. I'm not really bothered where I go except I still want to be playing in the Football League."