YORK City have agreed to allow Daniel Parlsow to stay with the Mariners until the end of the season and the Mariners are hoping to complete the move today.
The 29-year-old has been at Town for a second loan spell and Paul Hurst was keen to keep 'Mr versatile' here for the run-in.
He's already made 17 appearances for the club, having impressed Hurst in a variety of positions.
The Town boss said: "At times, we've had to change the back four around through injuries and suspension and to have the likes of Danny and Carl Magnay, who can play in so many different positions has been a huge help to us.
"I know Danny still, to a degree, sees himself as a centre half, but he can also play in holding midfield or either full-back role with no problem so he's a massive help to me.
"He's also no trouble at all. He's one of those players who comes in, does his job with no fuss and I don't have to worry one iota in terms of what he's doing away from here – he's a true professional."
And Daniel is keen to stay and says he's enjoying life at Town.
He said: "I'm delighted. Obviously I've been here a short while now and I've thoroughly enjoyed it.
"Hopefully this back end we can kick on and get a promotion.
"I've played a lot of football here and it is nice to get back out there, with my injury behind me.
"It's a good set of lads, we've got a good strong squad, so there's no reason why we can't look upwards and get out of this league."
The deal is subject to FA approval.
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