Port Vale manager: I wanted striker to stay and I will take another look at him

Port Vale manager John Askey has offered hope to striker Dior Angus, currently on loan with National League side Barrow.

Angus impressed in an earlier loan spell with Nuneaton and on returning to the club was hopeful of forcing his way into the first-team. However, the striker was instead sent on loan, by then manager Neil Aspin, for the rest of the season with Barrow. The forward is out of contract at the end of the season putting his future at the club in doubt.

He is somebody we need to have a good look at again…

However, Aspin’s replacement John Askey will have given the forward hope when he told the media: “There are a lot of good reports about him although he has been injured recently. I know the Barrow manager has been impressed by him, so he is somebody we can have a look at.

“I did try to get him back when I came in but, because of the loan agreement, we couldn’t.

“But he is somebody we need to have a good look at again.

“We can’t bring him back because of the loan agreement but the main thing is he is playing games so it gives us chance to have a good look at him.”

 

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