Wynter 'looking forward to getting back in the mix'

Torquay United player Ben Wynter plays past FC Halifax Town player Jack Senior during the English Na

Ben Wynter is in contention for Saturday’s live TV home game against FC Halifax Town - Credit: Steve Bond/Pinnacle

Ben Wynter believes that he will return to Torquay United’s promotion-chasing squad physically stronger than when he left it, for a second time in a year.

The Gulls’ Young Player Of The Year is in contention for Saturday’s live TV home game against FC Halifax Town after more than two months out with a hamstring injury.

Wynter missed a similar spell last season with a hip problem and he says: “I thought last year’s injury was long, but this has felt like a longer road.

Ben Wynter of Torquay United challenges for the aerial ball with Tyler Frost of Crawley Town during

Ben Wynter has spent a lot of time in the gym - Credit: Dave Crawford/PPAUK

“I’ve spent a lot of time in the gym and it’s has given me a chance to strengthen my whole body.

“I do feel stronger all round for it, and I hope that helps me over the rest of the season.

“It’s great that the team is still doing well and I’m looking forward to getting back into the mix.”

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