Sorensen determined to make a point
Newcastle United striker Elias Sorensen says he has been left devastated by how his loan move at Blackpool worked out.
The Dane caught the eye of Blackpool scouts after scoring 19 goals during the first half of the campaign with the Magpies Under-23's side.
He then followed in the footsteps of Sean Longstaff by moving to Blackpool on loan but he did not have the same impact as his team-mate.
Sorensen played just 32 minutes of football at Bloomfield Road before the Magpies recalled him and the 19-year-old insists he will try to move on and help the 23s clinch some silverware.
"Going out on loan was supposed to lead to giving me a chance to getting into the first team when I came back. But the loan wasn't what I hoped it would be, to be honest," he told the Shields Gazette.
"Obviously I train every day and train as hard as I can because being in the first team is where I want to be.
"I am devastated that they never gave me a chance, but hopefully now I am back I can make the most of what is here."
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