Myhill set for Villa exit
By Paul Higham
Last Updated: 01/01/70 1:00am
Myhill is currently enjoying a successful loan spell at Stockport County and he may well be set to make the switch to Edgeley Park a permanent one.
After spells at Stoke, Bristol City, Bradford and Macclesfield all on loan, Myhill has accepted that he is nowhere near David O'Leary's first team plans and will have to move on to further his career.
"To be honest I think the tea lady and kitman have more chance of breaking into the first team at Villa than I have," Myhill told the club website.
"I have to be looking to get away. It's too easy to just say you are a keeper with Aston Villa, and live on that. I need to play football regularly.
"I wasn't too sure what to expect at Stockport, and it was a bit weird to be picked ahead of Nick Colgan, who is an international keeper, but it's been good.
"It's a young group of lads at Edgeley Park, so it's been easy to fit in. Indeed, I know Danny Jackman, who is a very good defender, from playing together with Villa.
"We need to tighten up the defence, but the good thing is that we look like we can go out and score plenty of goals at the other end.
"All I know is I want to play as many games as I can while I'm with Stockport and take it from there."