CHESTER CITY chairman Stephen Vaughan says it is unlikely there will be any further transfer activity at the Coca-Cola League Two club prior to today's 5pm deadline.
"We would have liked to have completed the signing of the Liverpool Reserve goalkeeper Paul Harrison, but it has been difficult to tie up. It looks as though we may have to wait until the close season now," said Vaughan.
Vaughan revealed they were interested in signing Doncaster Rovers striker Greg Blun-dell. "We understand he has indicated he wishes to return to the North West," he said.
"While there isn't time to do anything before Thursday, I intend to talk to John Ryan (Doncaster Rovers chairman) and see if we can open negotiations."
Chester captain Paul Carden was linked with a move to a first division club, but Vaughan dismissed the speculation. "We are building a squad here and intend to sit down with Paul and thrash out a new contract next week."
Meanwhile, a Conference club has inquired about the availability of goalkeeper Wayne Brown. This follows on from Stevenage Borough's inquiry on Tuesday. Brown was a member of the City Reserve side who beat Wrexham Reserves 5-1 last night.
Chester face Mansfield Town tomorrow. New signing Ryan Lowe will make his debut while Carden is back from suspension.