Yeovil Town defender Adam Lockwood has indicated that he is enjoying his loan spell at Plainmoor which has currently still got nine more days to run before the end of the first month period.
Locky has played in three league matches and one FA Cup match for the Football League basement side, and has scored one goal for Torquay during that time, whilst narrowly missing out on a nomination for the FA Cup's Player Of The Round as part of their Second Round win over Notts County. He has completed 90 minutes in all four matches.
Adam has been asked by the press what his reaction would be if the loan was extended and he answered: "It's really down to the two clubs to sort something out, they both have decisions to make. I'm enjoying my time here and would not complain if I were to stay longer - especially bearing in mind the FA Cup match (Third Round against Birmingham) in January."
If Locky's loan period was extended, Glovers boss Steve Thompson would be able to introduce a "24 hour recall clause" into the loan deal, should the Glovers run into a shortage of defenders over the Christmas period. Any decision between Thommo and Gulls manager Leroy Rosenior must be made by December 17th, which is currently Locky's last scheduled game for the Devon side.
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