Yeovil Town goalscorer Emmanuel Sonupe has said he will talk about his future at the club at the end of the season.

The former Tottenham Hotspur youngster, who joined on a short-term deal at the end of November, scored the Glovers’ opening goal in a thrilling 4-3 defeat at Altrincham on Saturday.

Speaking about his future to BBC Somerset after the game, he said: “It has been a frustrating season for me with injury, but I have just been trying to work hard and keep and when I am on the pitch, try and affect the game as much as I can.
“I am just happy to get those minutes and help out where I can. I don’t know what the future holds for me yet, I will have to have that conversation after the season is done.”

The 25-year-old came on after 12 minutes after Josh Neufville  was stretchered off with a broken ankle in Greater Manchester and pulled his side back in to the game with a 56th-minute goal.

Sonupe was full of praise his team-mates who came from 2-0 down to lead 3-2 with 18 minutes to go before conceding two late goals.

He said: “The gaffer (Darren Sarll) said at half-time that if we could get the first goal in the second half, we would be straight back in it, and all the boys believed that.
“So once we got the first one, we knew we could definitely do something with the game.
“It has just been our luck at times this season. We have come back, shown great character until that last 15 minutes.
“We have put a lot in there, I just hope we can put that right in the last game (against Stockport County next weekend).”


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