Chesterfield today secured the one month loan of Wolverhampton Wanderers midfielder Sammy Clingan, the Northern Ireland U21 player has been a captain in the reserve side on regular occasions and is looking to further his career by coming to Saltergate.
Clingan is 20 years old and has appeared on the bench a number of occasions with Wolves.
The deal would not have been possible without the massive help of Graysons Solicitors who also sponsor the Kop and the Compton Street Clock.
With suspensions to Mark Innes and Jamal Campbell-Ryce and another injury setback to Mark Hudson, Clingan will be included to the squad for Sunday's big clash with Hull City at the KC Stadium and if so he will most probably start.
Speaking on the official website Chesterfield-fc.co.uk manager Roy Mcfarland said " We are glad for Sammy Clingan to join our squad. He is a player we have watched a number of times and know he can do a good job for us if required".
With Roy Mcfarland's pedigree at finding absolute gems on loan deals, who is to say that this is just another player who get's the Saltergate vibe and wants to stay for longer. We shall see!