“The gaffer has brought me in to learn things and develop my game which I am really grateful for,” said the 19-year-old.
“I’m learning the way that the team plays and the way that the Club conducts itself which is making me into a better player.
“I need to keep working at the same things and continue my learning process to show everyone what I am good at and try to get into the first team.
“The gaffer wants you to be tactically aware all the time so I’d say that is one of the main things I’ve picked up on since being here.”
Fyvie’s first team chances have so far come in the Capital One Cup and with the FA Cup third round tie against Bournemouth coming up at the weekend, he feels it is a good game for the whole squad for different reasons.
“The FA Cup is a very prestigious competition to play in for any player and at this stage in the competition it is also a very good chance for some of the players who haven’t had as many games to put their claim to a first team place.
“I want to push to be playing in the Premier League games so if I get the chance in the FA Cup then I have to be on top of my game and I need to make an impression each time.
“It is a good time to focus on the cup because the players who have worked so hard over the Christmas period may get a bit of a rest.
“Everyone has worked hard in such a congested run of matches and if the squad rotates then it will keep everyone fresh and prepared.”