Ross wishes Town well for campaign
ROSS Hannah has paid tribute to the Grimsby Town fans and said he'll 'never forget' the Wrexham game.
In what was the final game of his loan spell from Bradford City, the frontman signed off in style against the Welsh side by grabbing the winning goal that moved the Mariners back to the top of the Conference table.
That 78th-minute strike was Hannah's 10th goal of his stay in Cleethorpes – a tally which means he is the club's top-scorer.
Town chiefs are currently locked in negotiations with the Bantams to retain the services of the 26-year-old on a permanent basis.
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But joint boss Paul Hurst has admitted that the clubs are 'a little way apart' adding that a move was not looking likely.
If the Yorkshire man has indeed played his last game in a black and white shirt, he has left the fans in no doubt as to how much he has enjoyed his time at Town.
After the game, Hannah took to Twitter and told his followers: "What a night – great win, top of league and scored the winner.
"If that was my last game at Blundell Park, I will never forget it – enjoyed every minute! Thoroughly enjoyed my time there – great club, fans and the lads are top drawer. I wish you all the best for the rest of the season."