The Football League Paper - - LEAGUE TWO - By Chris Bai­ley

HAYDN HOL­LIS has a lot of work to do if he hopes to earn a reg­u­lar place in Notts County’s start­ing line-up, ac­cord­ing to man­ager John Sheri­dan.

The 23-year-old de­fender has been far from first name on the team-sheet for the Mag­pies this year and, though Sheri­dan ad­mits he was im­pressed by some ar­eas of Hol­lis’ game, he needs the promis­ing young­ster to de­velop his con­sis­tency.

”He’s got lots to do. He’s got to get more con­sis­tency in his game, more than any­thing else,” the 51-yearold said.

“He’s a good player. I like him. I’ve told him that. He’s left-footed and there are not many of them about.

“It’s just get­ting con­sis­tency in his game and know­ing what he’s good at, know­ing what his weak­nesses are and how he can make them bet­ter.

“But he’s got lots to of­fer. He’s a good trainer and I like him as a kid.

“He’s been in and out of my side. He’s had a lit­tle in­jury but he’s back in now.

“I’ve told him it’s im­por­tant once he’s in to stay in there. If he’s play­ing well, I’ll keep him in.”

CHANCE: Haydn Hol­lis

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