The Cumbrians have extended the youth loan of Sheffield United winger Otis Khan until January 2.
The Blades youngster, who has also been given the green light to play in the FA Trophy, has been in impressive form for the Holker Street club since making his debut against Wrexham on October 31.
The Robins have been handed a boost after securing the services of first-choice keeper Dillon Phillips until the end of the season.
Phillips has kept 10 clean sheets in 26 appearances for Gary Johnson’s side this season after joining on loan from Championship outfit Charlton Athletic.
The Whites have added winger Mitchell Pinnock to their squad following his release from Maidstone United.
The 20-year-old began his career at Southend United and had loan spells at Bromley and Concord Rangers.
Forest Green Rovers
Second placed Rovers have revealed that they are £5.4m in debt after posting a £2.9m loss for 2014/15.
The loss for the Gloucestershire club, owned by green energy tycoon Dale Vince, follows a £2.5m loss for 2013/14.
Vince recently unveiled plans for a £100m sports facility, which will include a new stadium for the club, currently based at the New Lawn.
New Heed manager Neil Aspin says he feels under extra pressure as manager of his hometown club.
The Gateshead-born 50-year-old replaced Malcolm Crosby at the helm of the International Stadium.
“I think I am under added pressure because I’m from Gateshead and I want to do well for this club but I am certainly not full of my own importance,” said Aspin.
The Aggborough side have extended the loan of well-travelled striker Matthew Barnes-Homer from Aldershot Town until January 23.
The 29-year-old has made three appearances for Dave Hockaday’s side but has yet to find the target.
West Bromwich Albion teenager Andre Wright has had his loan spell at Plainmoor extended.
The 18-year-old, who has yet to score for the Gulls, will remain with the Devon club until January 2.
“He has a good attitude and he’s really trying to make his position his own,” said manager Kevin Nicholson.
Rovers look set to be without influential defender Liam Hogan for several months after he sustained a serious knee injury.
Hogan, 26, suffered anterior cruciate ligament damage in a first half tackle during the goalless draw at Boreham Wood last weekend.
Trialist John Cofie has been offered non-contract terms at the Racecourse by manager Gary Mills.
The 22-year-old former Barnsley and Molde FK striker, who has been without a club since being released by Crawley Town at the end of last season, has been on trial at Colliers Park training ground since last month.