Speaking to the BBC, on loan Miles Addison has revealed that he would be keen on a permanent move to the south coast should the opportunity arise, being quoted as saying: "If Paul Groves and Shaun Brooks stay then it is something I would consider. I've really enjoyed my time with them so far and at AFC Bournemouth. We are all professional but it is difficult to stay focused when there is nothing to play for. Our target is to remain unbeaten until the end of the season and we want to do that. There are four games to left to play and there are contracts to play for. It's got to be the motivation, people's futures are on the line. I'm not sure how many people are out of contract at the end of the season but people that are know they have to put in a positive performance to secure their future in football".
His home club have subsequently gone on record as saying: "We don't feel [Miles] has played well enough and also positional is a problem. Is he a midfielder? Is he a centre-half? He's caught in between".
On his loan period at Dean Court, Nigel Clough is quoted as saying: "I think he's done well and I think they want him permanently, and it is something we might look to do in the summer".