Grimsby Town bosses impressed by trialist keeper Greg Fleming
PAUL Hurst is remaining tight-lipped about the future of trialist goalkeeper Greg Fleming who impressed the joint bosses with his performance against Hull City on Friday.
The former Chesterfield stopper took the opportunity presented to him with a solid display against the Tigers.
The joint managers have spoken of their desire to bring in another goalkeeper to challenge last year's number one James McKeown.
But after admitting that he and Rob Scott were pleased with what they saw from Fleming during the game, Hurst gave away nothing to suggest that their search was at an end.
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He said: "Greg did very well in the game against Hull.
"He kicked it very well throughout the match and we could hear him from the bench which was very pleasing.
"Added to that, he made a couple of very good saves, so he proved himself to be very competent.
"We spoke to him after the game and we'll see where we can go with that. If we hear anything, you'll be the second to know after us."
Twenty-five-year-old Fleming was born in Dunfermline, Scotland and started his career at Livingston. He went on to play for Gretna, Oldham Athletic and Galway United in Ireland before signing for Chesterfield in 2011.
The former Scottish youth international was released in May after not being offered a new deal.