MANAGER Eddie Howe insisted “all options are available” for young midfielder Kyle Taylor after he returned from his loan spell at Forest Green Rovers.

The 20-year-old academy product played 10 games in all competitions for the League Two outfit but found his game time limited at The New Lawn during the latter part of 2019.

Taylor did feature in the Rovers’ FA Cup 1-0 defeat to Carlisle in December but had not started a league game since September – when he was sent off against Stevenage.

Howe told the Daily Echo: “All options are available. Kyle, could stay with us, he could go out again on loan. We will wait and see.”

The likes of youngsters Mikael Ndjoli, Tyler Cordner, Frank Vincent and Charlie Seaman also are also back at Cherries following their respecting loan periods – the latter two nursing injuries.

“Those loan spells, some would have gone well, some wouldn’t have gone so well,” said Howe.

“It’s always a chance to reflect on what happens and see what we do next.

“We will be assessing their development and their pathway – what’s next for them.”

Meanwhile, Cherries defender Brennan Camp was named man-of-the-match in National South Weymouth’s 1-1 draw with Dulwich Hamlet on Saturday.