Mark Molesley, who has had a catalogue of injuries and is on his second spell out on loan, will be given every chance to re-estabish his place in the Cherries first team when he returns from Plymouth Argyle.
Manager Eddie Howe is quoted in the Bournemouth Evening Echo as saying on Molesley: "Joining Plymouth is a great move for Mark and we are delighted he will be able to get some games under his belt. He is still a very talented player. We can see that because he has been fit near enough every day since we have been back and I have been delighted with the progress he has made. I think this is the next step in his progression, hopefully, back into our team at some stage. He needs to get games and play on a consistent basis. He is someone who has always been a joy to watch and, hopefully, he will do well with Plymouth. I would never shut the door on any player who displays the appetite, the energy and the attitude that he has always shown for this football club. It can’t be underestimated what he did for us in our first spell here. Prior to his injury, I would go as far to say he was one of the biggest influences in our team at the time. During the Great Escape season, he was a catalyst off the pitch and he set standards. I cannot speak highly enough of him as a character so you would never shut the door on someone like that who has got the passion to play for this team".
Source: Cherries MAD