Jan 8 2013 by Nick Hilton, Main ST
TRANMERE have completed the formalities of extending the loan deals of Michael O’Halloran and Donervorn Daniels by a further month.
Bolton Wanderers striker O'Halloran joined Rovers in November and has made nine appearances, scoring in the 2-2 draw against Portsmouth.
Manager Ronnie Moore said: “Michael has done well since he has been here so I’m pleased to be able to keep him for another month.
“With Jake Cassidy going back to Wolves and Jean-Louis Akpa Akpro not yet back from injury we’re short of options up front so Michael being allowed to stay is good news for us.
“I’d like to thank Dougie Freedman for letting Michael stay with us.”
The 22-year old from Glasgow came through the youth system at Celtic before moving to Bolton.
West Bromwich Albion centre back Daniels joined Rovers in November and has made five appearances.
Moore said: “With Ben Gibson back at Middlesbrough for injury treatment I was keen to keep hold of Donervorn.
“He’s been on the pitch for four and a half games and in that time we’ve picked up nine points and kept two clean sheets.
“He’s fitted in really well with the rest of the squad and is improving game by game.
“I’m grateful to West Brom and Steve Clarke for allowing Donervorn to join us and hopefully they’ll think he’s improving and gaining from his experience here.”