Bolton Wanderers has been the tenth club of Neil Danns' somewhat nomadic career.
He has been on loan at the club since 26th September, and has won over the fans with all-action and committed performances, weighing in with important goals too.
The hard-working Danns is coming to the end of his initial loan spell with the Whites, and he doesn't appear to have much of a future at parent club Leicester City under manager Nigel Pearson.
Speaking to the BEN, Danns said:
"I've been amazed by the support the fans have given - home and away. When I first came here I don't think we had won at home all season and people were talking about a negative atmosphere, but that has changed now.
"I think there seems to be a more positive feel about the place. I never really got to see the bad side of things through that first nine games because we were undefeated.
"Three points is the most important thing but it would be nice for me, with it possibly being the last game I play at Bolton, to sign off with a win and maybe a goal."
It is not known whether Bolton will return to Leicester to try and complete a permanent deal for Danns but his signing would be a huge boost to team and supporters who have both taken to him since his arrival.