Lynch had a good start to the season and scored 2 crackers in the 3-1 win at Morcambe but suffered a discloated shoulder at the end of September which ruled him out until Christmas when he came on as a sub at Notts County.
However he suffered a hairline fracture in his right tibia in his attempt to regain full fitness and then tore an ankle ligament.
"The season has been a write-off. It's so frustrating I can't tell you, Words don't really do it justice. Football is what I'm paid to do and I've spent nearly six months of the season not being able to do that and it's a real frustration." Lynch told the 'Tiser
"It's been weird the way things have gone. I've never had two operations in one season. I came here and did really well at first but since then it's been a complete and utter washout." he added.
With Dale Tonge having a good season, Lynch knows he is up against it to reclaim his place, but his hoping to prove his worth in pre-seaso; "I will be back fit for next season, If I haven't a clean sheet by August then there's something wrong! Touch wood, everything should be OK. Dale has done really well, as have the majority of the lads. It's a catch-up for me next season. I want more of the same of what we've shown this year and hopefully, automatic promotion."
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