PORT Vale boss Darrell Clarke says they will “see how things develop” with Wanderers loanee Dennis Politic.

The Romania-born winger joined the League Two side back in August and is out of contact in the summer.

The Whites – who have already signed Dion Charles from Accrington and Marlon Fossey on loan from Fulham in the January window – have an option to recall Politic.

However, Ian Evatt says there are currently no plans to recall the winger, who turned down an offer of a one-year extension from the Whites.

Clarke says Vale are “enjoying having Dennis with us” and is expecting to keep the winger for the remainder of the season as things stand.

“I don’t really like to say when we are dealing with a player from another club. We are just cracking on. Dennis is with us, as far as we know, until the end of the season," he told Stoke-on-Trent Live.

“We are working away with him and we will see how things develop. But as things stand, Dennis is with us and we are enjoying having Dennis with us.”

Politic – who was forced to watch from the sidelines last season due to a serious knee injury - has scored five goals in 14 appearances for the Valiants so far this term.

He scored a brace in their FA Cup win over Burton last month and could feature against Premier League Brentford in the third round this weekend.

Clarke’s men sit sixth in the League Two table – four points off the automatic promotion places – despite having played two games fewer than some of the sies around them.

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