While his first taste of the Tickford package comes in next week's Phillip Island test, Davison is no stranger to the squad.
In addition to racing a Tickford-built Falcon for 23Red in 2018, he spent three seasons with the team during its Ford Performance Racing days.
Holdsworth believes fresh input from himself and Davison will prove beneficial.
"I think the team were at a point where they needed quite a big change," Holdsworth added.
"And I think the Mustang has put a bit of a leap back in their step, a couple of new drivers there in myself and Will, who are enthusiastic, we've got a fair bit of experience behind us and we're pumped to get going.
"But also to have that balance of having a couple of drivers in there who have been there for a while now as well, they know the ropes and hopefully they can help get Will and I up to speed quickly.
"I think Chaz and Cam have been doing a brilliant job and I think you'll see them step up again this year with everything that's going on in the team.
"If I can get up to speed quickly and try and work with those guys, that's the plan. I hope to be on the pace as quickly as possible.
"Hopefully by the first round I'll have enough miles under my belt to be able to push the car to the limit."
Tickford liveries, including for Holdsworth's Bottle-O Mustang, will be revealed over before the Phillip Island test.