Wolves starlet Terry Taylor is ready for a second loan move after a short stint with Grimbsy Town.

The 19-year-old is now back at Compton after making 14 appearances for the Mariners.

Taylor, who joined the club in 2017 from Aberdeen, made a good impression for the League Two side despite not scoring.

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Towards the end, Taylor was left out of the last five matchday squads in the league, prompting Wolves to trigger their option of a recall.

Speaking about his time at Blundell Park, Taylor said (Wolves official): “I think I did pretty well. Obviously, it was my first time being out on loan, and there’s always going to be some good games and some poor games, and in a really competitive league with some good opposition, but overall, I think I did pretty well.

 

“I would’ve hoped to maybe make more of an impact on games with a couple of goals and assists but overall, I think I did pretty well.”

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The talented youngster already has his eye on another loan move, and has claimed that there is interest in him from several teams about taking him for the second half of 2020/21.

He added: “I’m speaking to Seyi Olofinjana, the loans manager, every day to try and sort something out. There’s been interest from a few teams, but it’s about whether or not it’s the right fit for me.

“I don’t want to just go anywhere and not have it be the right fit for me so we will have to wait and see.”

Taylor attitude great to see

It is brilliant to hear young Taylor itching to seal another loan move to try and prove himself.

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Getting regular minutes in senior football as a young player is crucial for development, and Taylor appears to get that.

Hopefully Olofinjana can sort him a move that will help him to kick on, with first-team manager Nuno Espirito Santo obviously a big advocate for giving youth a chance at Molineux.

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