Loan extension will boost hopes of country call
WAYNE Hennessey's loan extension with Yeovil Town can give Wales manager Chris Coleman a selection headache, according to the keeper himself.
The Wolverhampton Wanderers' stopper plays the second game of a second month on Saturday when the Glovers travel to Bolton Wanderers.
Hennessey has impressed since arriving at Huish Park to cover for broken hand victim Marek Stech, his run of games with Yeovil coinciding with his return to first team action following a serious knee injury.
The 26-year-old said regular games could allow him to add to his 38 international caps and challenge West Bromwich Albion's Boaz Myhill for their country's number one jersey.
"Being back playing I am sure is what Chris Coleman would want me to do," said Hennessey. "It's a test for him then to see which keeper he goes for as both of us are playing regularly, it's interesting."
Reflecting on a first month that has seen fine form but no points, Hennessey said: "I'm really happy to be here.
"Unfortunately it's just for a month but then again I'm also pleased to sign the papers and get back out on the pitch.
"I think I've done well, it's just a shame we haven't got the results. Football has a lot to do with luck and at the minute we're getting a lot of bad luck. Hopefully it may turn for us.
"It's just a shame that we've had a few bad results. For me, it's about getting back out there, trying my best and keeping some clean sheets."