Hurst seeks Shrews assurance
By Phil Jackson
Last Updated: 01/01/70 1:00am
Forward Glynn Hurst is set for showdown talks with Shrewsbury over his future.
Forward Glynn Hurst is set for showdown talks with Shrewsbury Town over his future at the club.
The 30-year-old front man has scored three in three games since joining League Two Bury on a month's loan towards the end of September.
With Michael Symes and Derek Asamoah firmly staking their claims to be the starting partnership at Gay Meadow, Hurst is anxious to know where he stands in Town's estimations.
The South African therefore wants to meet with Shrews boss Gary Peters (pictured) to find out exactly where his future lies.
"I need to speak to Gary and see what his thoughts are and what he's got in mind," Hurst told the Shropshire Star.
"I'm 31 next birthday and want to be playing regularly and feel I'm good enough.
"If I can't get that at Shrewsbury I may have to look elsewhere for my football, which would be sad."
The League Two outfit's second string meanwhile face a tough test against Leeds United reserves on Tuesday.
Peters has named a young team for the contest, with ex-Blackburn Rovers youngster Luke Jones, Gav Cadwallader and Marco Adaggio all set to feature.