DONCASTER Rovers, who visit the McAlpine to play Town on Saturday, have extended the loan of wingman J.J Melligan until the end of the season.
The Wolves player, who has been playing wide on the right in Doncaster's promotion push, is part of Dave Penney's squad for the weekend.
Meanwhile, Stoke have signed Arsenal midfielder Sebastian Svard on a six-month loan deal.
The Danish 20-year-old has made two appearances for the Gunners first team since arriving at Highbury three years ago.
"He is a highly promising young player and a Danish Under-21 international but he has found it difficult to break into the Arsenal first team," said director of football John Rudge.
Gillingham boss Andy Hessenthaler has given a trial to Iceland international striker Helgi Sigurdsson.
The 29-year-old is playing in Norway but becomes a free agent tomorrow.
"He has come highly recommended. I have no idea at the moment what his long-term prospects are, but he looks fit and strong and he obviously has a fair amount of ability," said Hessenthaler.
Bradford manager Bryan Robson has offered free transfers to Luke Cornwall, Frazer McHugh, Patrick Bannister and Aaron O'Malley as he seeks to reduce the playing staff at Valley Parade, where chairman Gordon Gibb has vowed to step down if City are relegated this season.
The Football League have given Second Division Oldham, currently in administration, clearance to extend the loan period of Bolton midfielder Jermaine Johnson.
Young midfielder Lee McGuire has left Bristol City by mutual consent after failing to break into Danny Wilson's first team.
Midfielder Ryan Williams has completed a two-year deal from Hull to Third Division rivals Bristol Rovers
Lewis Hunt will stay at Southend for the rest of the season after Derby agreed to extend the defender's loan spell.
Leicester striker Tommy Wright has signed for Brentford on a season-long loan.