Jared Warner wants to blast his way into Yorkshire first team.

And he would love Sussex to benefit in the process.

The paceman from Wakefield is hoping a few more wickets on loan might fast track him on to the front line at Headingley.

Warner showed impressive pace to tidy up the Glamorgan tail on day one of his first-class debut.

He is one of several quicks emerging at the White Rose county, where competition is red hot.

But the 22-year-old, who has signed for a month, has plenty of pace on evidence seen so far and the Hove regulars have quickly taken to him.

Warner told The Argus: “I’ve played one game and been in a couple of squads.

“But there are ten or 12 seamers up there, all looking to do the same, so it’s not easy.

“Hopefully this experience will put my name in lights a bit up there and give me chance to get into that side.

“I have been speaking to Chris Jordan a lot and asking him some stuff and obviously Dizzy (Sussex head coach Jason Gillespie), all of them really.

“I’ve been trying to pick their brains. There is a lot of experience and talent in the changing room.

“It has been great to be part of that.”

Warner has been keen to get out on loan and was told of the move as he boarded the team bus after a second team game at Kidderminster.

It meant a chance to team up again with ex-Yorkshire boss Gillespie.

He added: “I was with him for a couple of years when I was about 18, 19.

“It was just the basics with him. It was about bowling full lengths.

“That was what the first team had been so successful with so that was the key message.

“Ever since I started when I was five or six, I’ve always bowled seam.

“I didn’t really have any pace, then at 14 or 15 I just put a yard on when I grew.

“That is probably my main asset now, when I get it right, and it’s something I enjoy doing.

“I struggled a bit in the first spell up the slope (on Monday) to get my rhythm but downhill is a lot easier.

“It’s nice to bowl downhill, it just gives you that rhythm straight away.”