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Jorge Grant: 'Notts County helped improve me as a player and as a person'

Joe Jones

Jorge Grant says he has "improved so much as a player and as a person" following his loan spell at Notts County.

The Nottingham Forest attacker has enjoyed two bright loan spells at Meadow Lane, in the second half of the 2016-17 campaign and the entirery of last season.

With County's 2017-18 campaign now over, Grant has returned over the Trent but posted some kind comments about the club and the fans.

“Big thanks to everyone at Notts County for the last 18 months,” the 23-year-old wrote on Twitter.

“Improved so much as a player and as a person! Sad to say goodbye to everyone today.

“Thanks to everyone behind the scenes and the fans for all the love and hate. It honestly has been a pleasure.”

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I wished he would consider coming back for one more season.

He's progressing nicely and, I don't blame him for wanting to try his hands (I should write feet :lol:) at League One but really his game needs to be polished just a little further IMO. If he goes to a League One club I hope its one which will push him as we did, I don't expect him to come back.

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I really wish he would return I’ve been hoping for the news of a extension on the loan but deep down knee it wouldn’t happen. He really progressed with County he is a good player I’m sorry to see him leave I really am. his play and style of play improved and adapted to the team it wasn’t about him but notts County that’s something u don’t see from a loan player especially one from the other side of the Trent. I personally can’t wait to see his development as a player and maybe in to the England squad one day but I hope he will return one day a great player developeing really well a great bloke as well so laid back. I’m glad he enjoyed his time with County and we helped him cause he gave a lot to the team. 

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