Having spent 13 years in one place, Ben Stevenson is now in the unusual position of adjusting to life on the books of two different clubs.

The ink was barely dry on the midfielder’s deadline day switch to Championship promotion hopefuls Wolves from boyhood club Coventry City when he completed a switch to Colchester United, where he will spend the remainder of the campaign on loan.

It has certainly been a whirlwind few days for pass-master Stevenson, who has swapped one League Two promotion push for another after linking up with the U’s.

“It’s a crazy day to be involved in,” said the 20-year-old, who made nearly 50 league and cup appearances for Coventry during his time at the Ricoh Arena.

“I did a lot of travelling on Wednesday but it was worth it in the end and I’m happy to get it done.

“I think I got the phone call at about 3pm to get down to Wolves’ training ground on Wednesday.

“I didn’t know the actual deal was happening until Wednesday but seen the interest and heard a few things.

“I wasn’t sure until it was done and then Wolves told me straight away that I’d be going on loan to Colchester.

“Having been at one club in Coventry for so long, now I have two clubs!

“It’s really exciting and I can’t wait to get going.

“I’m really happy to have gone to Wolves and it’s a big achievement for myself that I’m looking forward to but right now, I’m looking forward to playing here and hopefully making a big impact on the team.

“Wolves has said that they’ll be watching me in every game I play – I know what I need to do and that’s to perform.

“The ideal thing for me would be to get promotion here and for Wolves to go up, too.”

Stevenson is hoping to make his Colchester debut tomorrow when they host Newport County, at the Community Stadium.

He has managed only 12 league and cup appearances for the Sky Blues and is looking to make up for lost time during his temporary spell with the U’s.

He added: “The main thing for me at Colchester is to play games and I haven’t had a regular consistent run of games, so that’s what I’m looking forward to.”