Sheridan not expecting any more signings at Argyle today
PLYMOUTH Argyle are not expected to make any more new signings before the January transfer window closes at 11pm tonight.
However, one or two of the younger Pilgrims' players could leave on loan, according to manager John Sheridan.
In a busy morning at Home Park, left-back Robbie Williams and striker Rhys Griffiths have both had their contracts cancelled by mutual consent.
Meanwhile, Crystal Palace winger Jason Banton has been snapped up on loan from Crystal Palace until March 2.
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Banton will meet up with his new Argyle team-mates at training tomorrow, ahead of the game against Dagenham and Redbridge at Home Park on Saturday.
Sheridan was asked at his media conference at Home Park this lunchtime whether he would be making any more signings today.
He said: "No, not at this moment in time. Jason is the sixth player I have brought in. I think it was important that I brought people in to try to give us a lift."
Sheridan added there had been no inquiries about Argyle's Zimbabwe international Onismor Bhasera.