Boss Tom Killick admits he is keen to extend Korrey Henry’s spell at Poole Town but says the decision rests with Yeovil, report the Daily Echo.

Having signed a month-long loan deal in mid-September, Henry scored his first goals for Dolphins when he bagged a hat-trick in the 6-0 drubbing of Farnborough on Saturday.

Two of the striker’s efforts came from the penalty spot but his second showcased his formidable strength and pace, potent weapons at Southern League South level.

Asked if there was any prospect of Henry extending his stay, Killick told the Daily Echo: “I don’t know. It goes without saying that we would be very keen to keep him but he is Yeovil’s player.

“Darren Way has been good enough to let us have him and I will just have to have conversations with him in due course.”

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