Date: 8th October 2014 at 5:38pm
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Jack Price was successful during his loan spell at Huish Park but his loan spell was only ever going to be a short term one according to Gary Johnson, as it proved.

Price proved to be the only transfer deadline day arrival, a day we remember well as causing some ‘fraction’ with The Glovers, with his loan spell from Wolverhampton Wanderers on that we managed to secure for a month.

With his loan spell ending after the SkyBet League 1 defeat to MK Dons on Saturday he returned to his SkyBet Championship parent club but swiftly returned to our level to join Leyton Orient on loan until January.

Many of us would have been happy with the midfielder staying on but with Johnson not short of central midfielders, and the financial price required difficult, this wasn’t a deal to be extended longer.

Johnson is adamant this anything longer was never really an option and given the fact that Wolves were looking to us to pay the full amount of his wages until the end of the year, or more, it wasn’t a financially viable option.

We benefited from Price’s spell at Huish Park and Price benefit from playing for us so the deal served it’s purpose.

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