"He wants me to get forward and impact games by getting into dangerous areas"
Kane Vincent-Young thinks his style of play and Paul Cook's tactical approach to games could form a good partnership at Town moving forward.
The full-back, who has featured four times this season having recovered from injury, has completed 90 minutes in the last two games for Blues and is now hoping to finish the season strongly.
"It means a lot to hear the gaffer say good things about you," Kane said.
"He's come in with ideas and we're trying to get on his page with how he wants to do things.
"He wants me to get forward and impact games by getting into dangerous areas. I need to keep trying to take stuff from him on board.
"Paul is a manager that likes his team to play on the front foot. He likes to play expansive football and one of my strengths is getting forward so I'm hoping we've just seen the start of what could be a good match.
"It's been good to get back out there and I enjoyed the Charlton game in particular. Now I just want to play more football and finish the season as well as possible."