CHRISTIAN Jolley is looking forward to returning to Forest Green tomorrow. The former Newport County frontman says that he enjoyed his short loan in Nailsworth earlier this season.
Speaking on Mariners Player, he said: "I enjoyed it. Good bunch of lads there, good club, organised and very professional.
"They've gone on a great run recently and it will be a great game. If we want to get promoted and kick on these are the places that we need to go to and put performances in."
And speaking from his experience at the New Lawn, Jolley says that the Mariners must keep an eye on in-form striker Jon Parkin.
The 33-year-old has romped to the top of the goal scoring charts this season having found the back of the net 19 times in all competitions.
Jolley said: "He's on absolute flames at the moment. If we can keep him quiet I think we will be alright. I think we will have enough up front to keep them occupied."
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