Skiverton wants Worthington to extend his Yeovil Town stay
Yeovil Town boss Terry Skiverton is hoping to seal a deal to extend Jon Worthington's loan spell from Huddersfield Town for a second month, writes Nathan Jones.
But fellow midfielder Shaun MacDonald has been recalled by Swansea at the end of his first month at Huish Park.
Derby County have also taken Serbian striker Aleksander Prijovic back to Pride Park following his own loan spell.
And the Glovers have sent midfielder Lee Cox back to Leicester City after he failed to make a first-team appearance.
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Striker Wayne Andrews is on trial at Yeovil for a second time this season. He played in yesterday's 2-0 reserve team win over Forest Green Rovers at Somerton.
Skiverton takes charge of his third game at Walsall tomorrow. He said: "We are in the process of sorting out Jon Worthington's loan.
"Jon has come in and he and Lee Peltier have formed a good partnership in central midfield.
"He is the type of character I want in the team alongside Pelts and we have got Gary Roberts to come back in so I will have some selection headaches."
MacDonald scored twice in his month with the Glovers but an injury crisis at the Liberty Stadium prompted his recall.
Andrews was a Bristol Rovers player almost a year ago when he played against Skiverton and suffered a nasty knee injury that cut short his time at the Memorial Stadium.
Rather than feeling he owes Andrews a break, Skiverton believes the much-travelled 32-year-old has something to offer.
"He has been training with Leyton Orient and playing for their reserves but Wayne Gray is back fit and they are of a similar ilk so they have let him go," he said.
"When he first came to us he wasn't quite match fit but he has got games under his belt now.
"I am still four or five days into the job and I am still in the process of giving the lads a chance. I am not desperate for a striker. We scored two in the first game against Oldham (in a 2-2 draw)."