DORCHESTER Town boss Leigh Robinson admitted the decision to let loanee Harry Warwick leave Dorchester was based on his wish to stray from temporary signings.

Since Warwick's arrival, Robinson has also brought in attacking threats in the shape of Emile Ngoy and Jordan Rogers.

Explaining the exit of Warwick, who played five times for Dorchester before returning to parent club Bristol Rovers, Robinson felt the arrival of Ngoy and Rogers had played a part.

He told Echosport: “Harry came in pretty much in the first week or 10 days that we came in, because we were desperately short of bodies, especially up front.

“We had to get essentially a temporary signing in. Now that we’ve got Emile and Jordan as permanent signings, we felt we didn’t need any temporary signings any more.

“That’s all it was. (Warwick) tried his best and gave his everything for that month he was with us. It was always going to be a temporary thing.”