With Mark Molesley not long returning to fitness after the latest injury, the ever popular midfielder is hoping to be sent out on loan once the January window opens in just over a weeks time, so he can re-gain some match fitness.
Speaking in the Bournemouth Evening Echo, Molesley is quoted as saying: "Going out on loan is something I think I will have to sit down and discuss with the manager. It’s not something I have had a chance to do yet. But I need match fitness and if it is for the good of me and the team, I would go out somewhere. I want to be the best I can be for Bournemouth. I want to be going out and being 100 per cent for Bournemouth and be the real Mark Molesley. We will have to look at it. You would want to be playing at as near a standard to your club, though, so it would have to be close to Bournemouth’s standard. I haven’t discussed it with the manager, but it has been in the back of my mind because I just haven’t been playing enough over the past two years. I love Bournemouth and this is where I want to play and that is why I am fighting hard to get back in the team. But if I need to go out for, say, a month to get that sharpness back and do better for Bournemouth, that is what I will do".