The 18-year old striker goes straight into the Yeovil Town squad to face Cambridge United today...
Coventry City striker George Thomas has joined League Two side Yeovil Town on a 30-day youth loan.
The 18-year old striker will be at Huish Park until November 21st, and goes straight into the Yeovil Town squad to face Cambridge United today.
Thomas has made six appearances for the Sky Blues this season and played a crucial role in the 1-0 win over Fleetwood Town, as his shot resulted in a last-minute own goal which won the game for City.
The Welsh Under-19 international has also netted four goals for the Under-21s side this season and will obtain some important first-team experience during his time at the Glovers.
City manager Tony Mowbray said: "We see George as a really important part of the future of this football club.
"We've been delighted with his progress so far this season and we want to see him continue his progression as a professional footballer.
"We feel the next stage of his development is best served by competitive league football as opposed to Under-21s football, and we wish him the best of luck during his time at Yeovil."
Good luck George!