PAUL Hurst says that he has spoken to midfielder Conor Henderson and is hoping to tempt him to come back to Blundell Park.
Henderson, who has spent the last month on loan with the Mariners, is now out-of-contract at parent club Crawley, and the Town boss is hoping to make his move to Blundell Park a more permanent one.
Speaking after the Guiseley game, Paul said: “That's a possibility. We've had some dialogue there. It would have been difficult, no matter what happens, because of the time of year and the paper-work and stuff.
“We may have some news on that next week, whether it is positive or negative.”
And the gaffer described today's 1-1 draw with Guiseley as frustrating.
He said: “Frustrating. The first goal, I'm not sure if that was their only strike?
“It's not easy to play against that sort of team. The possession stats must be one of the highest we've had this season, if not the highest.
“But it's all about scoring goals and it's taken a wonder strike to break this record of keeping clean sheets.”
Paul also admits that players might leave the club during the transfer window.
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