YEOVIL Town loanees Gavin McCallum and Gary Bowles are both unlikely to return to Dorchester Town next season.

Magpies' boss Mick Jenkins has been impressed with the young duo since they first arrived at the Avenue but he expects them to be elsewhere come August.

He said: "We have a good relationship with Yeovil and their assistant manager Steve Thomp-son but I expect that Gavin will be looking for something full time next season.

"He goes off to play in the Under-21s World Cup for Canada soon and he has said he will consider his future when he gets back when I will definitely get in contact with him.

"As for Gary Bowles, I expect him to be committed to Yeovil next season so possibly neither of them will be able to be part of my plans."

Terry Parker, Jamie Gleeson, Ryan Hill, Simon Evans and Barry McConnell are the only Dorches-ter stars who are still contracted to the club for next season.

The rest are either out of contract or have been playing as non-contract players.

They include Alex Browne, Mark Jermyn, Mark Robinson, Scott Morgan, Liam Cockerill, Sonyo Da Mata, Justin Keeler, Dave Town and Matt Groves.

On-loan defender Simon Browne has returned to Salisbury City where he will now play a part in their push for success in the play-offs.

Jenkins said: "There is going to be some comings and goings over the summer with probably four to six players leaving.

"We clearly need changes and there are players out there that I would like to bring in. It is not easy getting players down to this part of the world but I want quality signings who are going to make a difference not just ones for the bench.

"Whether the previous manager Mark Morris did not take the job on this season because at the end of last season he thought the side had run its course I do not know but changes definitely need to be made.

"I tried to change things during the season by bringing in players from the local area on a limited budget to try and boost things and I have made mistakes but all I could do was try.

"Hopefully now we can get things moving as soon as possible so we can start building for next season when I want us to be in the top half challenging."