Exeter manager Paul Tisdale has heaped praise on Jake Taylor for his performances during a difficult season at St James Park.
The Grecians have won just four times in 15 League One outings so far this term but Taylor, whose loan deal from Reading was extended by a further month on Tuesday, has been one of the shining lights of an otherwise bleak campaign.
The 19-year-old attacker has netted once in five appearances for the Devon outfit, and was due to head back to his parent club following the 2-1 victory at Walsall in midweek. But Tisdale has secured a one-month extension for the Wales Under-21 international and spoke of his delight at the youngster's progression during his time with Exeter.
"He is versatile and can play almost anywhere," Tisdale told the Express & Echo. "He actually came to us as an attacking midfielder so I suppose we have been slightly playing him out of position in attack.
"We asked Reading when we signed him and they weren't even sure where his best position was.
"He's only been here a few weeks now so we're not entirely sure ourselves, but he works hard and has done very well."