Southampton winger Josh Sims has had a somewhat interesting career path in recent years, as he continues to struggle for regular game time in the Premier League.
The winger has made 27 first-team appearances for Southampton, but has spent the last few seasons out on loan away from St Mary’s.
Sims has had temporary spells with the likes of Reading, but spent last year’s campaign on loan with MLS side New York Red Bulls, where he made ten appearances in total for the American team.
Upon his return to Southampton, his future with the Saints looks bleak, with the winger heading out on loan to League One side Doncaster Rovers.
Donny were impressive in last year’s league campaign in the third-tier, and finished ninth in the table under the management of Darren Moore.
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The former West Brom boss will have been hoping that Sims could add much-needed strength in depth ahead of their push for a top-six finish this season.
He’s made four appearances in total for Doncaster so far, who are currently sat ninth in the League One table after their opening eight fixtures this term.
Sims has hit the ground running as well and scored his first goal for Donny in a 2-1 defeat to Crewe Alexandra last weekend.
The winger had a memorable afternoon against Ipswich Town at Portman Road in his first start for the League One club, as he was on hand to provide three assists in an impressive 4-1 win over the Tractor Boys.
Sims and his Doncaster Rovers team-mates are set to return to action this weekend, when they take on league-leaders Lincoln City at the Keepmoat Stadium.