Hayhurst unsure on City stay

Will Hayhurst is happy to let York and parent club Preston decide which division he finishes the season in.

Last Updated: 18/02/14 at 17:13

Will Hayhurst: Well settled

Will Hayhurst: Well settled

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The young winger's one-month stay at Bootham Crescent ends after Saturday's visit of Southend and Hayhurst says he will leave it in the hands of Nigel Worthington and Simon Grayson.

"It's my last game on Saturday so, hopefully, I can get a start and impress," he told the York Press. "Then, it's down to what Preston and York think.

"I just want to concentrate on my football. I'm not sure what will happen, but I am enjoying my time here and have settled in brilliantly.

"The gaffer has been fantastic and I think we're playing really well."

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