BEN SEYMOUR AND JORDAN DYER JOIN YEOVIL TOWN: ALL YOU NEED TO KNOW ABOUT THE EXETER DUO
Yeovil Town have announced the double signing of Exeter City youngsters Ben Seymour and Jordan Dyer on one-month loan deals.
Both have been on the fringes of the Exeter City first team, regularly starting in cup competitions like the Carabao Cup and the Papa Johns Trophy.
Seymour, has made four appearances in League Two this season, alongside two in cup competition.
With a great record at youth level, Seymour knows where the back of the net is, although that has yet to fully translate over to the first team environment.
The 22-year-old is a hard worker, and is a hassle to defenders with his constant pressure, and can be surprisingly good in the air, as he proved last season against Colchester United.
The young striker will be looking to get a consistent run of game time that he has yet to have at St James Park, and find that goal scoring touch that he has lacked so far this season.
Jordan Dyer, has impressed many Exeter fans with his performances in cup competitions, with solid displays against the likes of Wycombe Wanderers this season.
However, the 20-year-old has found it hard to break into the first team due to the Grecians strong defensive form, but he is certainly a player with plenty of potential.
The right-footed centre-back is capable of playing as a full back as well, although his best strengths are in his defending.
Similar to Seymour, Dyer will be looking to establish himself as a regular at Huish Park, and will be hoping to carry his previous good form over to the National League side.