Paul Hurst offers latest update on Jordan Maguire-Drew fitness after injury lay-off

Paul Hurst is hopeful that Jordan Maguire-Drew is edging near a return to motion after stepping up his Grimsby Town comeback.

The winger has missed their final 5 National League matches with a calf grievance.

Maguire-Drew was anticipated again for the Notts County match 9 days in the past however the ache has but to subside.

However, he was seen going by means of extra vigorous health work at Blundell Park earlier than Saturday’s win over Aldershot Town.

After working with the health coaches, Hurst is hopeful that the extensive man might return to first-team coaching with the Mariners initially of the week to be in rivalry to face Southend United.

“The data I acquired was actually constructive,” Hurst advised Grimsby Live.

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“On Monday, he’ll do extra work to see how he’s. Then will probably be a sure or no to see if he might be concerned with coaching and availability for Southend.”

With the sport wrapped up by the hour-mark, Hurst was in a position to take off Erico Sousa, Luke Waterfall and Ryan Taylor to maintain them recent for the approaching matches.

“I did not suppose Erico began the second half nice,” Hurst defined on the adjustments.

“He’s an offensive participant however he acquired accomplished a couple of occasions defensively. You nonetheless have your duties to do.

“We wished to get Scannell some extra minutes. With Luke, I wished Andy to get some minutes in his prefered place, albeit not hundreds.

“With Luke being on a reserving, we did not need to threat him.”

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