Out of contract Lyle taylor, is hoping that his end of season form is going to propel him to being offered a new contract following a spell out on loan and a run in the first team.
Speaking in the Bournemouth Evening Echo, Taylor is quoted as saying: "Only time will tell whether I have done enough. I want to stay. I have been here for two years and have really enjoyed it. There is not a lot I can do now because the season is over. I just have to hope I have done enough. It has been an up-and-down season to say the least. But I was happy with my last two performances and was happy with how I performed when I was at Hereford. In the games I played towards the end of the season, I could put my hand on my heart and say I was pleased with how I played. Everyone in the squad is equal, whether they come from non-league or the Premier League. We can’t have any divides because divides breed contempt and contempt is never going to get you anywhere. There is good togetherness in the squad and everyone wants to work hard for each other. We are all in it together".