Attacker staying with the Iron until late November
- Joe Lolley staying at Scunthorpe United
- Winger's loan extended to 21 November 2015
- Quotes from Huddersfield Town Manager Chris Powell
Huddersfield Town’s has today extended Joe Lolley’s Emergency Loan at League 1 club Scunthorpe United until Saturday 21 November 2015 inclusive.
Joe has made three starts and three substitute appearance for Mark Robins’ side during his first 28 day spell with the Iron, during which time the team has won three games and climbed to 12th in the League 1 ladder.
Huddersfield Town will now have the ability to recall Joe from the loan at 24 hours’ notice at any time.
Huddersfield Town Manager Chris Powell explained:
“Joe has settled into playing regularly during his initial month’s stay at Scunthorpe United. As a result the loan suits all parties at this time and it made sense for us to maintain the continuity of his loan.
“The recall clause effectively means Joe can return here at any time if the need or desire arises.”
Joe joined Huddersfield Town for an undisclosed fee from Kidderminster Harriers in January 2014, during current Scunthorpe Manager Mark Robins’ tenure in charge at the Club.
His current contract runs until the summer of 2016, although the Club has the option of a further year’s extension at that point.
To date, he has made four starts and a further 23 substitute appearances for the Club scoring four goals, of which three starts and 15 substitute appearances have come under the management of Chris Powell.