Boss reveals he will let midfielder go out while former Blues trains with Club
The former Colchester midfielder came on a second-half substitute in Town’s opening day win over Fulham and started in the Capital One Cup defeat at Crawley but remained on the bench at Reading and wasn’t in the 18 for Tuesday’s draw at Birmingham.
“I have spoken to Woody and he’s available now to go out on loan or to join a club permanently,” the Town boss told the Club website. “He needs to be out there playing games.”
Mick also revealed that former Blue, Darren Ambrose is training with the Club.
“It’s not a trial or anything like that. It’s just like Jack Collison who is also with us. Darren asked if he can train with us. We’re happy to let him do that but it’s no more than that,” said the boss.
Ambrose, who came to the end of his contract at Birmingham in the summer, was recently training with Colchester and played against Blues in a pre-season friendly.