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Chris Martin believes Derby County have benefited greatly from loan deals this season, with George Thorne a 'quality' addition. The Ram's top goalscorer has also paid tribute to the efforts of Patrick Bamford and Andre Wisdom.
Huddersfield Town boss Mark Robins intends to use the summer transfer window to bring added experience into his ranks. The Terriers have consolidated their position within the Sky Bet Championship, with safety secured two games from the end of the campaign.
Jamie McAllister is looking to land a new contract at Yeovil Town despite their impending relegation back into Sky Bet League One. The Glovers' club captain will see his current deal at Huish Park expire at the end of the season.
Nathan Eccleston would consider a permanent move to Coventry City if an offer is put to him this summer. The 23-year-old forward has struggled for first team recognition at parent club Blackpool since signing from Liverpool in the summer of 2012 and is due to drop into the free agent pool at the end of the season.
Harry Redknapp will keep focus locked on Queens Park Rangers' promotion bid before attention turns to the summer transfer window.
People are ringing me up saying, 'What are you looking for next season?' I haven't a clue because I don't know what league we'll be in.
Brighton & Hove Albion are confident that Manchester United will allow Jesse Lingard to complete a loan spell on the south coast. The England U21 international moved to the Amex Stadium in February on an agreement which is due to run until the end of the season.
Eddie Howe is delighted to have seen Ian Harte, a man he considers to be the 'whole package', sign a new contract at Bournemouth. The vastly-experienced full-back has agreed a 12-month extension to his deal on the south coast.
The agent of Heracles Almelo midfielder Ben Rienstra claims his client, who is to become a free agent in the summer, has attracted interest from clubs in England and Scotland. Scott Calderwood told TC/Tubantia:
Several Eredivisie clubs have shown an interest but there are also clubs from the Scottish Premier League and the English Championship. It may be better that he stays in Holland as he is only 23, but he will also make financial considerations.
Reading starlet Aaron Kuhl claims to have no intention of leaving the club as he is linked with a summer switch to Manchester City. The 18-year-old midfielder has caught the eye at U21 level this season and is said to be drawing admiring glances from a number of a Premier League sides.
Matt Derbyshire's fine form is aiding his efforts to earn a deal for 2014/15, be that at Nottingham Forest or somewhere else, says caretaker boss Gary Brazil.
Whether he is at this football club next season or somewhere else, he is creating a nice CV for himself, whichever way it goes.
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