Michael Flynn Happy to Bide His Time as Rory Holden's Walsall Future Yet to be Decided Michael Flynn Happy to Bide His Time as Rory Holden's Walsall Future Yet to be Decided

Michael Flynn Happy to Bide His Time as Rory Holden's Walsall Future Yet to be Decided

The gaffer is keen to give Rory all the time he needs.
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Saddlers Head Coach Michael Flynn has spoken to the local press and offered an update in the status of attacking midfielder Rory Holden.

24-year-old Holden didn't play a single game during the Saddlers' 2021/22 campaign as he continued to deal with a persistent knee issue that has seen him undergo two operations.

The former Bristol City man is among a whole host of players whose contracts will expire at the end of June, but Flynn is keeping an open mind when it comes to his future in WS1.

Speaking via the Express & Star, Michael said; "Look, he’s back on the grass and is able to do a light run – and I mean a light run.

"It’s been a long road to recovery. Rory’s contract finishes on June 30, but the beauty of it is that we’re back in for pre-season before that, so we can see how he’s progressed from there.

"It’s not one where we can just say ‘thank you for service, goodbye’. There’s a duty of care, and we want to do things the right way. Me and Rory will have a sit-down and just take it from there, to be honest."
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