Yeovil Town goalkeeper Alex McCarthy has described his season at Huish Park as a "brilliant experience". The 20 year old is on loan from Reading and has been in Somerset the whole season, making 40 appearances so far, and clocking up more time on the pitch than all bar one of his team-mates.
In five games time, Alex will return back to the Madejski Stadium for the summer, before determining his next career step. But he admitted to BBC Somerset that he had enjoyed his experience with the Glovers, which had seen him called up to the England Under-21s squad for the first time, and added that he wouldn't rule out a return:
"I've really enjoyed my past nine months down here. It's been a brilliant experience. I've got five games to go and I'm looking forward to the end of the season, but obviously I'm pleased to have been here throughout the season. Being down here has helped me massively. It's helped me get into the England Under-21s and get nearly 40 games under my belt, so it's helped me massively being down here. I'll never say never (to coming back again) so we'll see what happens."
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