Newcastle defender eyes move
The former Melbourne Heart defender made his senior debut for the Magpies in their Capital One Cup triumph against League Two opponents Morecambe earlier this season.
The 20-year-old Australian defender enjoyed a successful spell at League One new boys Bradford City last term, where he featured in the Capital Cup final at Wembley.
With competition from Mike Williamson, Fabricio Coloccini, Steven Taylor and
Mapou Yanga-Mbiwa for places, the Australian under-20 player will find opportunities limited once again this season for the Magpies.
After a prosperous loan spell in West Yorkshire last season, Good is willing to move to a lower league side again in order to gain game time, which is permitted outside the transfer window.
“I’m not sure at the moment what I’ll do, but I’d love another loan spell”, Good told the Chronicle.
“I’d love to be playing professional football week-in, week-out.
“If I could, I’d be looking for a loan, but that’s up to the manager.
“I’ll just keep working hard here, and try and get closer to the first team.
“It’s always good when you take a step forward in your career. It gives you confidence.
“It makes you hungry for more. You want to go further.”
Good joined Newcastle in July 2012 in a six-year deal from Melbourne Heart, but since then has made one senior appearance in a Magpies shirt.