Bury manager Kevin Blackwell is hoping to extend the loan deals of Leeds United duo Zac Thompson and Dominic Poleon.
The duo joined up with the former Leeds boss in October and they are due to return to Elland Road after the game with Colchester United on November 17th.
Blackwell spoke on the Bury official website and he said “I`ve spoken to Neil Warnock about Dominic (Poleon) and Zac (Thompson) I am hopeful that Leeds will extend their loan deals with us.
There`s no firm decision yet, but I am hoping for a positive decision and once again we have to thank Leeds United and Neil Warnock for letting us having them in the first place.
I know both of them want to stay; they have really enjoyed their time here so let`s hope that we can all agree to the same thing.”
Poleon has started all six games for Bury since his arrival and he has scored two goals in his six appearances against Yeovil Town and Walsall.
Thompson scored on his Bury debut in the 1-1 draw with Carlisle United but he was sent off on his second appearance for the club at Yeovil.
He has just returned from a three-match ban and he was straight back into the starting eleven as they beat Oldham Athletic in midweek.
Bury are second from bottom of League One despite losing just one of their six games since the duo arrived at Gigg Lane.
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