Aston Villa are flying high in the Championship this season, with Dean Smith’s side currently the form side in the division on a run of eight straight wins, heading into the final four matches of the season.
For players out on loan away from Villa Park though it is not such a positive story, with veteran striker Ross McCormack back at Villa Park recovering from injury, having failed to make a major impact on a loan spell at Motherwell.
So what next for McCormack?
“I would just move to Scotland if I were him.
“His time at Motherwell has been far from inspiring, but he’s hardly going to have a future back in England now.
“He needs to move back to his home country for good, as that’s where he is settled.”
“I’m not joking. He’s like a house in negative equity.
“He’s let himself down with Motherwell, he hadn’t kept fit and he had a chance to prove himself.
“The injury didn’t help him, but whose going to pay big wages now? Nobody.”
“A move abroad beckons I think.
“McCormack isn’t cut out for the Championship anymore, and I can’t see a team in the lower leagues being able to afford his hefty wage demands.
“He’s already shown that he can perform to a high standard abroad and I wouldn’t be surprised to see a team from China take a punt on the Villa forward.”