His loan expires on January 14th and Grayson admits the future is in the hands of Heneghan himself and Sheff United. Luton, Wigan and Blackburn are reportedly interested so Reading potentially could be his last game for the Seasiders.
It looks again like he is being touted around the Championship to the highest bidder, guaranteed his agent wont give a toss about his client getting regular first team football,which we can provide him with.
All about the cash. Depends on Simon I guess.
I've been impressed with him and yeah hes had a few errors but I'd say hes more reliable than Curtis who's either playing out of his skin or giving away pens, scoring own goals or getting sent off.

Fuck him off if that’s what he wants? 

Go earn more money somewhere else to not get involved. 

I’d stay at home & sit on the couch if I could earn more money for it😂😂

Well he’s looking at at least two pieces of championship relegation fodder there.  

Agree he’s better than Tilt.  Also regarding  Tilt, I think it’s clear Larry has been making his arse warm the bench recently as he will be off anyway in January.  Good riddance because he’s not as good as he thinks he is.

Hope Heneghan stays.

If Blackburn are serious, then I am not sure we can compete given their position in the Championship. As a player you will probably look at our situation and say to yourself it could be years before we into the Championship whereas Blackburn are already there and established.

It obviously depends on how interested other clubs are but on the basis they are, I think he will sign for a different club.

Have some loyalty for Curtis after all he's done for us. Our best player for a couple of seasons.

Don't think we'll have Ben in February  but with this geezer from Sheff Weds. would be more than happy to see us with Jordan,   Curtis and Ryan

After two good performances perhaps Tilt could still have a future and wouldn't be the end of the world if Heneghan didn't stay?
seasider wrote:After two good performances perhaps Tilt could still have a future and wouldn't be the end of the world if Heneghan didn't stay?
They both do different things well, so losing either would be a blow in my opinion.  I’m expecting Tilt to go but hope he doesn’t.
Think Tilt staying is more likely than Heneghan signing. Tilt and Thorniley are good defenders but you would worried about height. 
Looking at Hamer from Oldham apparently as well, suggests to me Hen and / or Tilt will definitely go. 
A rejuvenated Tilt could be a big plus for us. He has pace whereas the others don't. Now that we have signed Thorniley, I am less bothered about Heneghan as long as Tilt is committed to BFC.
seasider wrote:

A rejuvenated Tilt could be a big plus for us. He has pace whereas the others don't. Now that we have signed Thorniley, I am less bothered about Heneghan as long as Tilt is committed to BFC.

"Committed" is the operative word.

EagleDay wrote:

"Committed" is the operative word.

Who says he never was committed? All it takes is a few negative comments on Social Media and it snowballs. 
seasider wrote:Who says he never was committed? All it takes is a few negative comments on Social Media and it snowballs. 

You was the one who said "as long as Tilt is committed", Seasider. I was simply agreeing with you.

EagleDay wrote:

You was the one who said "as long as Tilt is committed", Seasider. I was simply agreeing with you.

I know, it was more aimed at the general consensus on Twitter that he isn't. 
Loan extended until the end of the season. Just waiting for the official announcement.
It’s been announced officially on the website now. 
We all dream of a team full of loans.