Gulls extend Lockwood deal
By Stephen Bateman
Last Updated: 01/01/70 1:00am
Torquay have extended Adam Lockwood's loan agreement by a further month.
Torquay's bid to maintain league status has been handed a boost with news that Adam Lockwood will remain at Plainmoor for a further month.
The influential defender has been a key member of the United squad of late and Leroy Rosenior has pulled out all the stops in order to persuade his parent club, Yeovil, to extend his loan deal.
It has been etched into the contract that should The Glovers be unexpectedly caught short, Lockwood will be able to return to Huish Park with immediate effect.
Rosenior is also keen on keeping Huddersfield's Anthony Lloyd at the club for longer and is presently involved in talks with Terriers chief Peter Jackson.