The 20-year-old midfielder is a product of the Everton academy and spent last season on loan at Tranmere Rovers in League Two.
Warrington was part of Frank Lampard’s pre-season squad and during the summer transfer window, Everton decided to send the youngster on loan to Fleetwood Town.
The midfielder has been a key part of Fleetwood Town’s midfield throughout the season and Warrington believes that the loan spell has been perfect for him so far this term.
Warrington also revealed that he has learned several aspects of the game from manager Scott Brown and believes that his positional sense has improved massively.
“I’ve enjoyed the games more”, Warrington told the Liverpool Echo.
“In League Two the ball is in the air more and it was going over my head a little bit too much.
“Here we try and get it down and play, and we do that against the big teams as well.
“I’ve loved it, it has probably been the perfect loan up to now.
“I’ve learned loads off the gaffer and his staff and have got loads better as a player in a positional sense… It’s been really successful.
“I’ve learned loads, how keeping it simple is sometimes best, playing quick and keeping it one-two touch then finding new spaces to get onto the ball, and also putting more tackles in and reading the game well and landing on second balls.
“My whole game has improved.”
Warrington has featured in 30 League One games for Fleetwood Town this season, missing only two league games since his arrival.