Truro City want to extend Ollie Chenoweth stay

Ollie Chenoweth

Truro City boss Lee Hodges says he would like to try and keep on-loan goalkeeper Ollie Chenoweth at the club for longer.

Chenoweth, 19, joined Truro last week as emergency cover as first-choice keeper Tim Sandercombe and reserve Tom Brooks are injured.

"I think Tim could be out for a while and we don't know how long Tom's going to be as well," Hodges said.

But Truro are still under a transfer embargo after financial problems.

"It was a case of we were allowed to have him for a month and then if we were out of the transfer embargo it would be a possibility.

"But we'd have to talk to Argyle to see if we could get him for longer," Hodges told BBC Radio Cornwall.

Chenoweth impressed on his debut in City's on Saturday and Hodges said he knew a lot about the youngster.

"I had him watched two or three times last year, I've had him watched two or three times this year and it was just a case of asking Argyle if we could do something about it," he concluded.

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