AFC Bournemouth attacker Josh McQuoid has admitted that he doesn’t know where his immediate future lies after being linked with a potential loan move to Coventry City.
McQuoid was heavily linked with a loan move to the League One side after the Cherries completed the signing of Callum Wilson earlier this month.
AFC Bournemouth ‘keeper Ryan Allsop and winger Mohamed Coulibaly both made the loan switch until the end of the calendar year as part of the deal and McQuoid was reported as a possible third loan.
However McQuoid joined up with the first team squad for the five day training camp in Austria and has played a part in both pre-season games so far against FC Copenhagen and Eastleigh.
After just one single appearance for the Cherries last season McQuoid’s main focus is to break into the side at Dean Court, but he hasn’t ruled out a potential loan move.
McQuoid told the Daily Echo…
‘…My priorities this year are to come through fit and injury-free and to do what I can to get in the manager`s eye. We have brought in some good players and there is a lot of quality here so I want to do everything I can to give myself the best chance.
“It is definitely a hard team to get into but everyone has to try to claim their place during pre-season. Everyone will be fighting for a spot so it will be tough. Nobody is guaranteed a place which is a good thing because it shows everyone is challenging.”
“I am just going to do what I can during pre-season and, in terms of playing, we will see what happens. I am not going to say I am going to be playing here because you never know and I can`t predict the future. If it comes to the beginning of the season and the manager wants to keep me and use me then I will be here.”
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