Leyton Orient have extended the loan of Luton Town striker Sam Parkin by a fortnight.
Parkin has yet to score in 13 appearances since joining Martin Ling's Orient side in late October.
However, with Ling currently short on options up front, the Orient boss was keen to hang on to Parkin.
Ling told the the club's official website: "We've extended Sam's loan for another 13 days to take him up to the maximum 93-day period.
"Whoever we brought in wouldn't have been able to play in the FA Cup on Tuesday, so keeping Sam for that gives us more options and he'll also be available for Bristol Rovers and Southend.
"We'll make a decision then on where we're going to go."
Meanwhile, Luton have extended the loan of Conrad Logan by a further month.
The 22-year-old goalkeeper was due to return to parent club Leicester this weekend, but the Hatters have swooped to seal a deal to keep him until 8th February.
Logan has made 24 appearances for Mick Harford's side since joining them in the summer.