Yeovil Town boss Terry Skiverton has confirmed that he will be holding formal talks with Chester striker Martin Gritton on Monday. The former Torquay United and Plymouth Argyle player's name has been on the rumourmill for the last 10 days, and whilst Skiverton has tried to play down talk of his arrival at Huish Park, Gritton himself admitted that he had travelled down to Yeovil last Monday.
With Sam Williams facing a lay-off through the shoulder injury he sustained on Saturday at St James Park, the Glovers could be leaving themselves without a physical presence up front. However, regardless of that, Skiverton has now confirmed to BBC Somerset that he is now holding talks with the 32 year old:
"It was happening (regardless of Sam Williams' injury) anyway. I'm speaking to Martin (Gritton) on Monday. You know with Alex Russell the way that he came on and affected the game in a positive way today as well, it shows you what that kind of experience does at this stage of the season. They've rested up well, as they haven't had much football and we're coming into a time when we're going to need them. So I'm speaking to Martin on Monday and we'll see what unfolds."
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