Truro City's player-manager Lee Hodges has re-signed Plymouth Argyle goalkeeper Ollie Chenoweth on loan until the end of the season, with 24-hour call-back clause.

It was expected that Saturday's game at Dover Athletic was going to be Chenoweth's last match for City before he returned to his parent club.

However Truro, who have a shortage of keepers with Tim Sandercombe out injured have managed to strike a deal with Argyle.

"This is great news," said Lee. "I am delighted to have him on board. In the three games he has already played for us, he has shown that he is definitely one for the future at Argyle, and we are fortunate to have him with us now. I am sure he will enjoy it and benefit from the extended loan arrangement as much as we will from having him with us."

However, the decision to keep Chenoweth has not been 'great' news for second choice keeper Tom Brooks, who has now had his contract cancelled with the club at his request.

He had been hoping to get a run in the side, following Sandercombe's injury, but with the decision made to keep Chenoweth to the end of the season he has now asked to leave.

"He has made it clear that he doesn't want to remain with the club and wants more time with his family," said Lee "I won't stand in the way of anyone who no longer wants to be with Truro City.

"I am grateful to him for his service to the club. He has been a model pro. I appreciate it must have been a frustrating time spending such long periods on the bench, and I can understand that he would have wanted more game time, but that's football. He's still a young lad, learning his trade. Hopefully, he will carry on, get another club and maybe start climbing the ladder again."