Coventry City’s Kyel Reid makes his intentions known for JanuaryThe 30 year old winger is due back with the Sky Blues when his loan deal at Colchester runs out on January 717:35, 19 DEC 2017Updated17:39, 19 DEC 2017Get daily updates directly to your inbox+ SubscribeThank you for subscribing!Could not subscribe, try again laterInvalid EmailCoventry City winger Kyel Reid has made his intentions known as to where he wants to be when his loan deal comes to an end at Colchester United next month.The 30 year old has spoken to Us head coach John McGreal about the possibility of staying longer at the Weston Homes Community Stadium rather than return to the Ricoh Arena.The experienced forward has been on loan from the Sky Blues since August after falling out of favour under Mark Robins following claims by Reid that he had a get out agreement if the club got relegated.That turned out not to be the case and the player was farmed out on a half season loan with no recall option.He is due back on January 7 at a time when Robins is desperate for width, pace and creativity following the season ending injury to Jodi Jones, although it remains to be seen whether Robins will want him back to play a part in the second half push for promotion.It had looked like Reid could be surplus to requirement at Colchester after a spell on the bench but he returned to their league starting line up for the first time in six weeks in their victory at Swindon Town last week.He provided two assists in his sides 3 2 win at the County Ground and the former West Ham United trainee says his Us future will be determined in the coming weeks.Ive spoken to the gaffer and (assistant manager) Steve Ball briefly about it and its something that were going to assess in a few weeks and see what happens, he said, speaking to the Colchester Daily Gazette.Im enjoying my football here and its great for me and my family, so well see what happens in a couple of weeks.Theres a lot of games coming up over the next few weeks and Im hoping to play my part.There will be lots of bodies called upon, so whoever gets the call will do their bit and step in for the team.Reid created goals for Frankie Kent and Mikael Mandron at Swindon and the Colchester loanee says he enjoyed providing goals for others, on his return to the side. He said: It had been a long time waiting but I just had to bide my time and when I do get that opportunity, take it and give the gaffer something to think about.I was pleased to get back in the team at Swindon and help with two goals. Its a stepping stone for me to progress with that now and hopefully I can do that for the rest of the time that Im here.Im always happy to get assists thats what Ive lived on from my days of being at West Ham and at other clubs after that.For me, getting assists is like scoring a goal and thats what Im here for, to help create as well as score goals.Kyel Reid in his last game for the Sky Blues in the pre season friendly at Sutton UnitedColchester are only being kept out of the play off positions on goal difference after a fine run of league form and Reid says they are striving for a top seven finish, at the very least.Reid added: The manager is always telling us about the magnificent form that weve been in and we just want to keep that going and were taking it game by game.

He was preceded in death by both of his beloved parents, and by his brothers Edward and Fred. Frank lived in Northwest Indiana for most of his life, and spent his career as a window glazier for the East Chicago school system. He was a proud and decorated veteran of the Marine Corps, and earned a Purple Heart during the Korean War.

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