CHESTER CITY are hoping to extend the loan period of Liverpool's Robbie Foy this weekend.
Foy has been outstanding in his month loan period since he joined City, and the club are anxious to continue with his services.
"Robbie's loan arrangement has to be renewed on March 20, and we would like to retain him," said City chairman Stephen Vaughan.
"We would like to acquire Robbie on a permanent basis but at the moment our main priority is to hopefully lengthen the loan spell from Liverpool."
Vaughan is also hopeful that he can conclude the signings of the Swindon Town defender Andy Nicholas and ex-Hull City wing back Carl Regan later today.
"Carl will complete the formalities after training on Wednesday, and Andy has a couple of issues to clear up with Swindon Town, so we will either take him on loan or permanently."
It is also understood that City are making inquiries about a striker who has League experience.
City's captain Paul Carden will miss Saturday's Notts County, the industrious midfielder is serving the second match of a two-game ban.
Meanwhile, the former Newcastle United and Charlton Athletic midfield player Rob Lee has signed for fellow Coca Cola League Two club Wycombe Wanderers.
Lee, who is 39, joins up with another veteran Steve Claridge, who is also on the Causeway Stadium's payroll.