Huddersfield Town loanee Duane Holmes could be set for an extended stay at Yeovil Town.

The youngster will be given the next three games to impress Yeovil Town manager Gary Johnson and potentially earn an extended stay, reports the Western Daily Press.

Holmes is part way through a month's loan at Huish Park and has started all four of his matches since heading south.

Yeovil boss Gary Johnson says he  is yet to make a decision on whether he wishes to keep the tricky midfielder for longer but admitted he will need to make his mind up by the time his side have faced Bolton Wanderers on March 22.

 

Johnson said: "He had a really good start to his campaign and – like they all do – they then level out a bit after the euphoria and excitement of the earlier games."

He added: "When it does start levelling out, that's when I have got to start dragging them back up to where they need to be.

"He's got a couple of games left. I won't make that decision until I have to make that decision (about extending the loan).

"I keep in touch with Mark Robins at Huddersfield and even gave him a pep talk before they played Charlton Athletic last night. We will worry about that (Holmes) after the Bolton game."

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