Grimsby Town's Scott Neilson unlikely to play for club again
GRIMSBY Town joint boss Paul Hurst admits Scott Neilson has probably played his final game for the club.
The Crawley Town winger made his last appearance of a three-month loan spell in tonight's 1-0 victory over Wrexham at Blundell Park.
And, speaking after the Conference clash, Hurst confirmed that the 25-year-old southerner may be heading elsewhere.
"I don't think we'll be seeing Scott in a Grimsby shirt again," said the Town co-manager.
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"We thank him for his efforts and I think he appreciates the chance to come here and play, and to get his career back on track.
"But, as I've said, I can't pick Grimsby up and move it.
"We've made Scott a good offer but I think he'll be playing his football elsewhere."
Fellow loanee Ross Hannah, who netted the winner against the Red Dragons, also completed his loan stay this evening.
Hurst continued: "In terms of Ross, the clubs are in talks - at the minute I would say it's not looking likely, but who knows?
"The downside of the match being on TV tonight is that there might have been a few more people watching, but Ross loves it here and would love to stay.
"At the same time, if suddenly a different club comes in and offers him a much better package then he'll obviously look at that.
"We're hopeful but at this moment in time the clubs are a little way apart."
See tomorrow's Grimsby Telegraph for a match report and pictures from tonight's clash.