DAVID GRAHAM will be a Town player to the end of the season at least.
The on-loan Sheffield Wednesday striker scored his sixth goal in eight League I appearances in Friday's 3-1 defeat at Hartlepool.
And fans fear that hot streak of form will lead to a repeat of the Luke Beckett episode.
Beckett bagged five goals in seven appearances while on loan from Sheffield United last season.
He then returned to the Blades and played four times for them before being loaned to Town's divisional rivals Oldham, where he is playing this season.
However Town boss Peter Jackson, whose side are third in the table after the latest round of matches, today reassured fans that Graham will remain at the Galpharm.
"It's down to what type of loan deal a player's club is willing to agree," he explained.
"In Luke Beckett's case, it was monthly, but David Graham is here for the season. He will be available for the play-offs if we are in them."
Jackson, who hasn't given up the hunt for one of the two automatic promotion berths despite only two points from nine, added: "I'm delighted with the way David is playing.
"He missed a few chances on Friday, but he scored a cracker, and nobody can argue with his goal rate for us.
"He's developed a great partnership with Andy Booth.
"You look at the situation Sheffield Wednesday are in (fourth-bottom of the Championship) and wonder why they loaned him."