It will be a very strange time for me this weekend, watching my two teams play against each other, and seeing my two sets of team-mates going out to battle on the pitch.

I came to Morecambe in August because I agreed with Gareth that I needed to play football, and I wasn’t going to be first-choice at Wycombe, which I accepted 100 per cent.

I have loved my time at Wycombe since I signed there last summer, and I am really grateful to everyone there for giving me the chance to develop and prove myself, even when I was injured for a few months at the start of last season.

It was a big decision for me to leave Germany and try to improve my career over here in England, but I am pleased I made that choice and I am still learning new things every day. Being part of the Wycombe squad last year was amazing, playing my first game in the win at Millwall, being around the club when we played against Tottenham in the FA Cup, and making friends with some fantastic people.

At Morecambe I’ve really enjoyed my time so far, even though it is colder than Wycombe most of the time! Jim Bentley is a fantastic manager to work for, just like Gareth, and Jim was a defender when he played so he helps my game every day in training.

It’s also great to be back with Garry Thompson, who came back to Morecambe in the summer after leaving Wycombe. He’s doing really well this season, and all the boys have massive respect for him as a player and as a person.

We’ve had some mixed results in the 14 games I’ve played in so far. We lost three of the first four matches after I arrived, but I got my first win against Newport and I was pleased to get a clean sheet against Luton, who have been scoring lots of goals this season.

I’m not sure what the future holds after my loan ends in January, but I keep in touch with everyone at Wycombe and am pleased to see them doing really well.

I’m focused on getting stronger, fitter and better every day and working hard to make sure I can have a long and successful career.