Yeovil Town are being linked again with a move for Queens Park Rangers midfielder Sean Goss. The former Exeter City and Manchester United youth product is named by the Daily Star as a loan target for the Glovers, four months after they tried and failed to bring him in over the summer.
The Star claims that Yeovil are 'keen to take him on loan' once the January window opens again. It was never made clear why the move for Goss broke down, although the suspicion was that with him having only moved to Loftus Road in January 2017 for a £500,000 fee that he would have had higher expectations than dropping almost immediately down to League Two.
Since then, Goss has failed to get a single minute of first team football, despite Ian Holloway being the man who brought him down to London shortly after he was installed as manager. Goss has been interviewed recently by the West London press, and although he did not discuss any firm interest concerning loan deals, he did say that once he got into January that he would be weighing up his options:
"It's a frustrating time for me at the minute with not many minutes being played, but I'm working really hard to get back in the squad and back on the bench so If I keep going I'll hopefully be back in the team soon. I haven't changed what I'm doing. We've got a few new lads in, new faces which is always good for competition but I'll still be working hard on the field every day, I won't let it get to me, I just have to be patient and I'll hopefully get a chance soon. We'll look at that when it comes to it. There's still a lot of games between now and January, a lot can change so it's not really something I'll look at until the time's here. I'm just keeping my options open. I'm hoping to break into the team, and I think that's a long time to look ahead in football, you've just got to look ahead to the next game and try to get in there."
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