BENNY Ashley-Seal says he is on a learning curve at Accrington Stanley, both on and off the pitch.

The 21-year-old came to the Wham Stadium on loan from Wolves on transfer deadline day in January.

And from an environment where his every need is catered for, he admits he is adjusting to having to fend more for himself in East Lancashire.

But, allied to playing League One football for the first time, he’s hoping the experience as a whole will have a positive impact on his career.

“Literally everything is done for you (at Wolves) whereas here I’m kind of looking after myself,” said the 21-year-old. “It’s a lot different here but I’m getting used to it.”

Ashley-Seal is having to make adjustments on the pitch too with the recent wild and wet weather causing havoc with his style of play.

It is why Stanley boss John Coleman feels fans have yet to see the best of him.

But he is hoping to show what he’s capable of in the remaining games, and also get what would be his first league goal.

“I want to get that first goal but I am not desperate, I think if you are you thinking about it too much you don’t concentrate on other things,” said Ashley-Seal, who has linked up with fellow Wolves loanee Sadou Diallo at the Wham Stadium.

“It’s been a good experience coming here.

“The gaffer is a legend here and he is a big character.

“I felt I had outgrown Under 23s football and this was the next step.

"It’s a great experience and it’s about getting used to men’s football now.

“It’s different, the games are quicker, it’s more physical and winning matters.

"You have to stay switched on for every moment as, if you don’t, anything can happen.”

Ahead of this afternoon’s trip to League One's bottom side Bolton Wanderers, he added: “I want to get games under my belt.

"When I came, we won three games in a row and we have been unlucky in the last two matches.”