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Jordan Wynter open to longer spell at Princes Park if Dartford loan goes to plan

Loan signing Jordan Wynter has not ruled out staying at Dartford for the long term.

Wynter joined Darts on loan for a month last Friday and there is potential to extend that deal if he enjoys his time at Princes Park.

"I would like to stay for a longer period," admitted Wynter, after making his debut in the win over Weston.

Jordan Wynter is trying his luck at Dartford after falling out of favour at Maidstone Picture: Steve Terrell
Jordan Wynter is trying his luck at Dartford after falling out of favour at Maidstone Picture: Steve Terrell

"I just wanted to see if I liked the environment and gelled well with the team.

"I don't know what's going to happen in a month's time but I do have in my head that I could be staying here potentially until January or maybe even longer.

"I'll be happy to move forward (here) if I enjoy my loan spell."

Wynter was playing for Maidstone at the start of the season but was left out in the cold by new Stones boss Harry Wheeler, who replaced Jay Saunders at the helm last month.

"I was in and out. I started a few games and came on in a handful of games," said Wynter.

"I'd say I was quite involved in the season. We didn't have a great start to the season and the manager ended up getting sacked.

"The plans that we had initially from pre-season changed as the new manager came in.

"It is quite unsettling but it's football and you have to get on with it.

"I've been in this situation before and I'm happy I got something sorted out immediately, rather than sticking around and not playing.

"I found out within a week or two and now I'm getting games I can't complain. You get a few boys that like to chill and not work hard but I'm not one of those players.

"I've had to drop down before to play games so it's in my nature to do that."


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