Former Yeovil Town loanee Ben Seymour has been speaking to DevonLive about his battle with COVID, his run in the Exeter team and his loan spell at Huish Park.
He said that whilst it was nice to play a few games, it could have been better.
“Looking back, it was a good loan to get minutes,”
“But when I was there, I was playing as an attacking midfielder and not a striker, so not my position, but I got some game time and played some minutes.”
The Grecians’ front man said when he arrived at the end of September, alongside defender Jordan Dyer, the Glovers were not in a great place, having lost back to back games against Chesterfield and Boreham Wood.
“They were in a tricky patch when I went and they were down in the dumps, but good to see they have finally picked up and shown what they can do.”
Seymour played four times for Yeovil, starting against Maidenhead in a 0-0 draw, coming off the bench in a defeat to Notts County and in a draw against Altrincham.
He also played in the FA Cup tie against W*ymouth and was one of two Glovers to miss their penalty as the Green and Whites progressed.