The Shots have extended the loan of Millwall striker Alfie Pavey until March 2.
The 20 year-old has scored two goals in three appearances since arriving on January 8 and will now be eligible for at least a further four matches.
"I’ve had a good start at Aldershot Town and I’m more than happy to extend my time here," said Pavey
"I’ve scored two goals already, and I wasn’t expecting that, so it’s gone well for me so far.
"Hopefully I can continue that form in the next month. All the lads are buzzing at the moment, and they’ve made me feel very welcome. Now I want to help us continue this winning run and move up the table."
The Bluebirds announced the signing of Andy Parry from Luton Town on a permanent deal for the remainder of the season.
After being on loan from the Hatters since mid-January, boss Paul Cox has decided to sign the 24-year-old on a contract after the midfielder agreed to leave the Kenilworth Road outfit via mutual consent.
However, Cox was unsuccessful in his pursuit of Margate striker Freddie Ladapo. Barrow made two offers for the 22-year-old, who has 10 goals this season, but failed to meet Margate's asking price.
Cox said: "We offered what we thought was a fair price for a lad who is out of contract in the summer. He's the type we are looking for; he's young, he's got masses of potential and he is making not just clubs in the Conference, but clubs in the Football League sit up and take notice."
Ryan Jennings and Cian Harries have returned to their parent clubs after their loans were not extended with the Robins.
Jennings has been with the club since November and now returns to League One side Wigan Athletic. Harries joined on a youth loan at the start of January and returns to Coventry City.
Cheltenham boss Gary Johnson said: "I'm sure they will both go on to have great careers but unfortunately we aren't able to give them enough game time to warrant them staying here."
The Spitfires failed in attempts to bring Accrington Stanley striker Billy Kee to the Silverlake Stadium.
Eastleigh had two 'substantial' offers for the 25-year-old, who has had spells at Torquay United, Burton Albion and Scunthorpe United, turned down.
Spitfires boss Chris Todd said: "It’s gone for the moment. Their manager John Coleman said he was not for sale. They’re going for promotion and they don’t want to lose players. He’s someone we may approach another time."
Forest Green Rovers
Rovers beat the deadline to bring in Boreham Wood winger on an 18-month deal for an undisclosed fee but the 21-year-old has immediately been loaned back to the North London side, who are involved in a battle for survival.
A product of the Arsenal academy, Jeffrey featured in the Football League for both Wycombe Wanderers and Stevenage before spells with Wood, Welling and Concord Rangers.
Meanwhile, Aaron O’Connor has joined League Two side Stevenage on a permanent deal after Rovers agreed to cancel the striker's contract by mutual consent.
The 32-year-old, who has been on loan at Broadhall Way since the middle of January, now exits the New Lawn permanently having originally joined the club in June, scoring nine goals for Rovers this season.
Forest Green manager Ady Pennock said: "I’d like to thank Aaron for his time here at Forest Green and wish him well for the future."
The Mariners have signed Northampton Town left-back Evan Horwood on a loan deal until the end of the season.
Horwood began his career at Sheffield United in 2004 and after gaining experience on loan at Stockport County, York City, Chester City, Darlington and Gretna, he joined Carlisle United in 2007.
He spent two seasons with the Cumbrians before moving to hometown club Hartlepool United in 2010. After almost 150 appearances, he joined Tranmere Rovers in the summer of 2013.
York City striker Emile Sinclair has joined Guiseley on a one-month loan deal.
Sinclair has made 26 appearances for the Minstermen since signing for the League Two club 12 months ago, but he has not featured since November.
The 28-year-old started his career at Nottingham Forest, and had spells with eight clubs before joining York.
FC Halifax Town
In-form striker Shaun Tuton has moved to League One club Barnsley for an undisclosed fee.
Tuton signed for the Shaymen in the summer from Buxton and had scored 11 goals for Jim Harvey's side.
Meanwhile, Halifax have confirmed goalkeeper Sam Johnson will remain with them until the end of the season from Port Vale and Shaquille McDonald has extended his loan spell from Derby County.
The Harriers have taken 21-year-old Barnsley striker Harry White on loan for an initial one-month period.
Birmingham-born White started out with Earlswood Town before moving to the United States to continue his career alongside his studies.
Having returned to the UK, he had successful spells at Banbury and Gloucester City, where his impressive form last season earned him a move into the Football League with Barnsley.
White has made one appearance for the Tykes this season in the Johnstone’s Paint Trophy
Barnsley forward George Maris has joined the Imps on a youth loan until the end of the season.
Maris is a product of Barnsley's youth set up and made his competitive debut whilst on loan with Nuneaton Town in January 2015, making his first-team bow for the Tykes three months later.
The 19-year-old had a spell on loan at Guiseley earlier this season.
The Gulls completed two deadline day signings with the captures of Ifeanyi Allen and Danny Racchi on deals until the end of the season.
Allen arrives from League Two side Yeovil Town having joined the Glovers during the summer. He began his career with Fulham before moving on to Barnet in 2012. Able to play on the left wing or up front, he has had 16 appearances for Yeovil this term.
Twenty-eight-year-old Raachi started his career with Huddersifeld Town before spending time with Bury, Wrexham, York City, Kilmarnock and Valur in Iceland. He returned to these shores with Hyde United and spent the summer on trial at Wrexham before going on to FC Halifax Town and Tamworth.
Gulls boss Kevin Nicholson said: "We didn’t have the budget to be able to sign him initially but we’ve managed to free up some funds and I am delighted to have him on board. He’s an experienced midfielder with a point to prove who will strengthen us in that area."
New Wings manager Dean Frost completed three new signings before the deadline passed.
Frost has signed Luke Wanadio after the winger had his contract cancelled at Staines Town and brought in two loans from Dagenham & Redbridge with centre back Ian Gayle and striker Adi Yusuff arriving until the end of the season.
Welling have released galkeepers Roberto Gagliardi and Ali Aksoy, Kurtis Cumberbatch and Jake Green in midfield and striker Affy Obafemi.
The Dragons announce the departure of winger Dominic Vose to League One club Scunthorpe United for an undisclosed fee.
Gary Mills brought Vose to the Racecourse from Welling United in the summer and he became a firm fans' favourite, scoring a number of stunning goals.
Vose, whose career has taken in West Ham United, Braintree Town, Tooting & Mitcham, Barnet and Colchester United, leaves having netted 11 times in 31 appearances in a Wrexham shirt.