The young shot-stopper joined on a month's loan from Premier League outfit Burnley on Monday after regular number two Jamie Annerson sustained an injury.
And although Lund is not expecting to dislodge Andy Warrington from the number one spot, the 21-year-old is just happy to be involved in matchday action - something he has not encountered with the Clarets.
"It's going to be a good challenge for me and I'm really looking forward to it," he said.
Lund, who was named as a substitute in Tuesday's defeat by Bournemouth, also told the club's official website."Even though I'm not expecting to go straight into the team, I'm really excited about being on the bench and being involved.
"I'm only young and still learning, so it's good to be playing alongside such an experienced keeper. I watch all the goalkeepers I play alongside and like to take what I can from them."
Elsewhere, boss Ronnie Moore is keen to target another three players when the loan market re-opens next week, saying he lacks a natural leader in the team.