Manager Paul Cox has confirmed that he is anticipating a quiet transfer deadline day at One Call Stadium.
Speaking at his press conference this morning, our boss said: “I can’t see any permanent transfers [involving us] happening today.
“Whether a few loans materialise throughout the day, you never know until your phone rings, but I’m expecting it to be a quiet day.”
Meanwhile, Cox has also revealed that Conference North outfit Brackley Town have made an approach to sign midfielder Adam Murray on loan.
Furthermore, a ‘couple of clubs’ have made enquiries about striker Jake Speight.
“We sent a circular out towards the end of last week and Brackley Town came in for ‘Muz’ (Adam Murray), but other than that I’ve not had a phone call,” said Cox.
“Until I sit down with ‘Muz’ this afternoon, nothing will be happening.”
He continued: “Jake (Speight) has spoken to a couple of clubs and his name has been mentioned to me a few times, but nothing as yet, is happening.
“If nothing happens, I’ve told Jake to get his head down and try to get into the first team. He’ll be given the same opportunities as everyone else.”
The summer transfer window closes at 11.00pm tonight.
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