FC Halifax Town: Wild “hopeful” over extending Chadwick’s loan from Hull City
Town manager Pete Wild says he is “hopeful” that Hull City loanee Billy Chadwick’s stay at the club will be extended.
Chadwick is in his second loan spell at The Shay, having scored three goals in five appearances first time round, but is yet to find the net in five matches since rejoining Town.
His second loan is due to expire on the same day Halifax take on Weymouth on April 5.
“We’re hopeful with that,” said Wild when asked if the deal could be extended. “We’re hopeful on two or three fronts this week.
“Now they’ve extended the date (of the transfer deadline) until the fourth week of April, that helps.
“We want to try and get Billy sorted this week and maybe get a couple more in if we can do some deals where people will do us a favour.” Wild was tight-lipped about what positions he is looking to strengthen, but would like reinforcements quickly. “As soon as possible really to bolster the squad, but we all know where we are financially, so they have to be deals that are weighted in clubs helping us out,” he said.
“That takes even more negotiation than usual.”
Read more from the Town boss in Thursday’s Halifax Courier.