Ozzy at Home
ARGYLE loan star Oscar Threlkeld admits that sometimes he forgets, despite having made four debuts for the club, he is not ours to keep.
Ozzy joined temporarily in January from Belgian Pro League outfit Waslaand-Beveren, after leaving Home Park to fulfil an ambition to play football abroad.
Injury in the opening weeks of the Belgian season limited his game-time, hence why he came back to what seems to be his footballing home in Plymouth Argyle. He did, however, stress that he is still under contract with the Belgian club.
“I still have two years out there,” said Ozzy. “I am happy, or at least I was, until the lack of game-time. It is not my place to say [if I will stay here], it's up to my agent and the club officials to sort out.
“I would love to [be here next season], I wouldn’t have come back three or four times if I didn’t love it. As I say, it’s up to my agent and the club out there to negotiate.”
Argyle manager Derek Adams, over his four-year tenure at Home Park, has signed the 25 year-old the same number of times, and Ozzy is in contention for a starting berth when Charlton visit in Sky Bet League One tomorrow.
“It is weird because it does feel like I am here permanently, but I have to remember that I am here on loan,“ said Ozzy.
“It’s just the same as when I have been here before, over the years. Supporters will talk to me as if I am one of their players, they’ll ask me if I’m staying, this and that but I’m really happy. It’s nice to hear the fans signing my song and things like that.”