Sam to stay with Town until the end of the season
Mike Jackson has agreed to extend Sam Foley's loan spell from Yeovil until the end of the season but otherwise expects a pretty quiet day ahead of the loan transfer window closing later today.
The Shrewsbury Town manager has been pleased with Foley's contribution and said it was "great news" that the former Irish youth international will now be available for the seven remaining games.
He has not totally ruled out any further additions today if the right player is available but the indication is for a quiet day.
"It's not massively likely," said the boss when asked if he expects any movement. "I think we've got to be careful.
"We've got seven loans already and we've got to be careful that we don't just collect them and then people are sat in the stands and they're in your changing room and they're not playing when they've come here to play.
"We've only got just over a month to try and get someone up to speed. To bring a young lad in who's been playing under-21s football and try and get him in, show him what he needs to do and how to play him, I think that's a big ask.
"If you could get someone with some experience like Shaun Miller and Sam Foley then maybe we'll do something but I'm not going to rush a young kid in."