TOWN boss Paul Hurst says that there is a possibility of him extending the loan deal of AFC Wimbledon midfielder Harry Pell.
Pell, who joined the Mariners last month after injuries to key midfield players, is said to be enjoying his time at Blundell Park, but his current load deal is set to run out after Tuesday's clash with Woking.
Hurst said: “I haven't spoken to Harry about that yet. I don't know how Wimbledon are fixed.
“I think he's come and done well. I think he's enjoyed it here, I think he's enjoyed being back playing first team football. He's missed that so far at Wimbledon.
“We'll have a chat and see where we go. Obviously Wimbledon have a big part to play on that.”
And the Town boss says that he will assess his squad after the next two games, ahead of next week's transfer deadline.
“Before the deadline we have two games, and may keep on looking,” he said..
"If something came along, and I felt it would improve us, then I would act on it.
"But as it is, after Thursday, the squad is then in place until January.
"The reality is we have got very few games between now and then, so I won't be thinking about bringing in a lot of players.
"It would be silly to do that – and January is probably a better time to have a look at things."
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