Cheltenham Town will hold talks with Bristol Rovers over the future of loanee Gavin Reilly.

The striker has spent the first half of this season on loan with the League Two side in a deal that expires in January, as per a report by Bristol Live. 

Reilly, who is 26 years-old, is out of contract at the end of the campaign with Bristol Rovers where his long-term future is up in the air.

He has made 16 appearances for Michael Duff’s Robins this term and has chipped in with four goals.

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Reilly moved to Bristol Rovers in July 2018 on a free transfer from St Mirren and played 35 games for the Pirates last season, scoring four.

He previously spent his career in his native Scotland with spells at Queen of the South, Gretna 2008, Hearts and Dunfermline Athletic before making the move down the border.

Reilly has spoken about his future, as per Bristol Live: “I’m just concentrating on doing well here (at Cheltenham) and putting in performances and then see what happens come January.”

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“Everyone’s worried about their future, football’s not a long career, you’ve got to try and stay in the game for as long as you can and you’re always looking for that security.”

He added: “I am out of contract next summer so my eyes are turning towards that but you can’t affect what’s going to happen in the future.”


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