Grimsby Town winger Louie Soares on verge of loan move
LOUIE Soares refuses to let his Grimsby Town career "rot away in the stands".
As reported, joint bosses Paul Hurst and Rob Scott have agreed to let the winger go out on loan as he bids to put a frustrating opening to the season behind him.
Having only made one start for Town this campaign, the 27-year-old is determined to get some matches under his belt and show the Mariners faithful what he is capable of on his return.
"There have been a few teams interested in taking me on loan but I haven't spoken to anybody yet," he told the Telegraph.
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"The bosses spoke to me after the Gateshead match on Tuesday and told me a few teams were keen – some I was interested in and some I weren't.
"They're letting me know how that progresses. They've put a request out to all the Conference teams, so I'm looking forward to getting some match time.
"Hopefully I can come back after a month out and play my part in a successful season for Grimsby Town."
And the former Hayes & Yeading United man, who has also played for Barbados, insists he has no desire for a permanent Blundell Park exit.
"It's been really frustrating for me because I wanted to play a big part this season," he added. "I just felt like I needed to be playing football. I went in and spoke to the bosses about what I could do to get back into the team.
"They said 'you've got a great attitude, you work hard, but obviously the team's doing really well at the moment.'
"We agreed that I needed games, and they offered to let me go out on loan to play some matches and be ready to come back in.
"I actually stressed that to them – I said that I hope it wasn't a case of me going out just to get rid of me because I definitely don't want to leave Grimsby Town.
"I want to stay here more than anything, but also need to be playing regular football.
"It will be good for me to get out, play games and get my confidence up, or else I'm just going to sit and rot in the stands – that's definitely not for me."