Yeovil Town's on loan midfielder Owain Tudur Jones will play the last game of his month's loan spell on Saturday before his return to Norwich City. The Welshman will definitely be returning to Carrow Road for a fortnight, given that the Canaries are Yeovil's next opponents after Saturday's match against Milton Keynes Dons and unsurprisingly Norwich will not be entertaining the idea of their player turning out against his own club.
Once the Norwich match is out of the way, Skiverton has said that he has not ruled out bringing back Tudur Jones for a second spell. So far, he has played six times for the Glovers, scoring one goal during the month - a free kick in the 4-1 win at Wycombe Wanderers. Skiverton said that there would be some discussions with Canaries manager Paul Lambert about the chances of bring the midfielder back to Huish Park, but that for the time being Saturday's match against MK Dons would be his last game:
"Owain will be going back, because he's got a week left leading up to the Norwich game, and he can't play in that one. We'll have dialogue with Paul Lambert, who has been excellent and has been very good with letting us have Owain, and I think Owain has done a tremendous job for us so far. So there is dialogue that will be going on over the next week to see where the future lies for Owain."
Skiverton added that another factor in whether Owain came back for a second spell would lie with the player, pointing out that there has been a new arrival in the past few days to the Tudur Jones family:
"We've got to wait and see how we do. We understand as well that Owain has just got a brand new child as well, so he'll be wanting to go back for the week to spend a bit of time with his family."
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