Midfielder Albert Rusnak has insisted that the players signed on loan by Birmingham City manager Lee Clark are keen to help the club out of their current situation.
Birmingham sit just six points outside of the relegation zone in the Championship, and Rusnak, who has signed from Manchester City, has revealed that he is eager to make his mark at St Andrew's.
The 19-year-old told the Birmingham Mail: "On one side coming here, it's obviously to help develop me as a player, because I am getting that chance from Birmingham.
"But I want to help Birmingham City to do well as well. I know the situation we are in now, near the relegation zone. But the points are going to come. I am sure of that.
"And without a doubt, all of the loan players want to help the team. It's not a case of us just being here."
Rusnak is one of four players who joined the West Midlands outfit on loan just before the closure of the January transfer window.