York City goalkeeper David Stockdale has been loaned out to Conference North outfit Worksop Town with Billy McEwan questioning his commitment to the Minstermen.

Stockdale, 20, has recently lost his place as first-team substitute goalkeeper to teenager Arran Reid and McEwan has expressed his disappointment at the Leeds-born stopper's attitude.

The former England National Game XI 'keeper has only made two senior outings this season and was substituted at half-time during his last appearance against Northwich Victoria in December.

Stockdale was loaned out to Wakefield and Emley earlier in the season and now looks set to finish the campaign at Worksop.

City boss McEwan said: "He's a bit mixed up at the minute and isn't enjoying his football at all. He doesn't feel that he wants to be here and that's up to him.

"I want people pulling in the right direction who, when they are out of the team, knuckle down and show character and a good attitude but I'm afraid he hasn't done that. I think he has been listening to too many people and not the main people such as myself.

"I'm disappointed because he's got ability but he's also put weight on which I am not happy with. That's no good to me.

"I want players who are committed to York City Football Club and if they don't show determination and the right attitude then they might have to move on."

YORK City juniors are without a match tomorrow but the Centre of Excellence teams are in action on Sunday.

The Under-11, U13 and U15 sides will take on their Darlington rivals at Wigginton Road, kick-offs 10.30am.

Updated: 10:45 Friday, March 03, 2006