Teenage striker to remain with Woking until 2014 after agreeing to stay at the Kingfield Stadium
Jack Marriott has agreed to extend his loan at Skrill Premier side Woking until January 2nd.
The striker has become an instant hit at the Kingfield Stadium, helping the club to three wins in their last four games and Jack has netted four goals in that time.
Town do have a 24 hour recall option on Jack but are happy for the striker to extend his deal, a view echoed by the teenager.
“I’ve loved my time at Woking and I’m learning a lot, so I’m happy to extend the deal,” Jack told the Club website.
I’ve played four games and we’ve won three of those and I’ve managed to score four goals too. Things couldn’t have gone much better there.
“I’d like to think that the Woking fans and staff can see that I can be an asset to them and I’ve worked hard to try and prove that.
“Obviously I joined them from a well respected Championship club, so it was important I started well there and thankfully I scored on my debut.
“I want to make Ipswich look good and I don’t want reports going back to the Club that I have shown a bad attitude or anything like that.
“Thankfully I have done well there and been welcomed by everyone. Now I’m happy to extend and the gaffer feels it will be good for me to play competitive football.”