Greaves unsure of Trinity future

Gainsborough Trinity v Solihull Motors. Trinity player Mark Greaves. G110122-16g
Gainsborough Trinity v Solihull Motors. Trinity player Mark Greaves. G110122-16g

GAINSBOROUGH Trinity defender Mark Greaves admits he is unsure of his future at the club.

Greaves, who turned 36 on Saturday as his side drew 1-1 with sixth-placed Solihull Moors, hinted that he may leave the Blues at the end of the season, but says he is still considering his options.

Speaking to the Standard after the Solihull game, he said: “I’ve been offered a few other things, but I’ll see how I go this season.”

“I might drag myself on another year – probably not at Gainsborough, but where? I don’t really know yet.”

The former Hull City centre-half has been used sparingly by manager Brian Little this season.

Recently though, he has played in a holding role with Nathan Peat behind Trinity’s three attacking midfielders who support lone striker Ryan Kendall, who got the Blues’ only goal on Saturday.

When asked if he thought he would start Gainsborough’s next match, he replied: “I don’t know.”

“I’m usually asked how I feel before each game and if I don’t feel right, I’m more than happy to let any of the others go ahead of me.”

He added: “People think once you get to a certain age you’re legs go. I know I’m not as quick as I used to be, but that’s certainly not the case for me.”