Midson makes early Oxford return

28 December 2010 11:41
Oxford United have recalled striker Jack Midson a day early from his loan spell at Southend, after the Shrimpers' clash with Crewe was postponed.The 27-year-old is now available for the U's League Two home game with Macclesfield on Tuesday. [LNB]"Oxford told me that even though I was going on loan I'm still in their plans," he told Southend's website. [LNB]"My aim is to go back now and force my way back into the manager's plans but I wouldn't be against another loan." [LNB]The former Histon forward, who joined Southend at the start of November, added: "I'm hopeful things can still work out at Oxford and I've not changed my opinion about the club.[LNB] Even though Oxford have recalled Jack we could still extend his loan if it was right for everyone Paul Sturrock "It's the manager's decision and it's out of my hands." [LNB]Meanwhile Shrimpers boss Paul Sturrock confirmed that he would be interested in taking Midson on loan again in January. [LNB]"Even though Oxford have recalled Jack we could still extend his loan if it was right for everyone," he said. [LNB]"It was agreed that the loan would end after our game against Crewe as Oxford understandably didn't want him to play against them on New Year's Day." [LNB]Midson scored both goals in Southend's last League Two match, a 2-0 win at Cheltenham on 14 December.

Source: BBC_Sport