COLCHESTER United striker Frank Nouble believes he is repaying the faith put in him by boss John McGreal.

The experienced front man has been a regular starter for the team this season, featuring in every League Two fixture.

He has only managed four goals so far - two against Yeovil Town and single strikes against Cambridge United and Crawley.

Nevertheless, he says he is enjoying his time with the club and wants to play his part in a promotion push.

“I signed for two years and my goals are to have a good year and get the team as high as possible, either play-offs or hopefully automatic," said the 27-year-old.

“If I’m doing that, then I don’t see myself moving.

“If I’m not doing well, I’m sure the club would be quick to let me go – it’s like anything.

“Personally, I’ve enjoyed it here so far and started every league game.

“The manager has shown a lot of faith in me and I think I’ve paid that back.

“As long as I keep doing what I’m doing and leading from my actions rather than speaking about it, then I’m sure I’ll get more games.

“At the end of the day, it’s the manager’s decision and I want to play where he tells me to play.

“I’ve played out wide here and scored a few goals, so I’m not complaining.

“On a personal note, I might have my own preferences but if works it works and as long as we’re winning, that’s all that matters."