On loan midfielder Shaun MacDonald has said that he will use his time back in Wales to 'sort out everything' about his future with his hometown club. MacDonald plays his last match for the Glovers tomorrow before his return to Swansea City for Christmas, but admits that after having experienced regular first team football, that he wants to continue that.
The Welsh Under-21 international captain has repeated that he has had no contact from those at the Liberty Stadium about his future at the club and once he returns to Wales, he will look for that conversation to happen:
"Obviously Yeovil are trying to get me back, but I haven't spoken to anyone back home in Swansea. When I go back home for a week or so, I'll sort out everything then. Obviously if I'm not going to be playing at Swansea then I need to be playing football. I've got a taste of things now, so obviously I want to carry on playing week-in, week-out."
With one game to go, Shaun's concentration levels could be affected as he prepares to travel up to the match against Hartlepool United. However, he insisted that Saturday's game would be the only thing on his mind on the journey up to County Durham:
"I've just got to be as professional as I can and go into the next game and try to win the game. The aim is to try to win every game. I've just got to get on with the game, and then go back to Swansea and sort things out from there."
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