WANDERERS currently have several players out on loan, but how are they getting on?

Ronan Darcy

Darcy has made a positive start to life at Queen’s Park, having made eight appearances so far for the Scottish club.

Darcy scored the only goal in a 1-0 win against Alloa Athletic earlier this month, finding the top corner with a superb strike from distance.

He is currently playing alongside former Wanderers team-mate Luca Connell, who is on loan from Celtic.

Nathan Delfouneso

Delfouneso has made six appearances since joining Bradford in the final stages of deadline day.

The attacker played 69 minutes in a 2-1 defeat against Port Vale over the weekend before being replaced by Jamie Walker.

He is currently playing under former Manchester City and Wales boss Mark Hughes, who took charge at Valley Parade last month following Derek Adams’ departure.

Liam Edwards

Edwards hasn’t been involved for Southport since last month’s 1-0 win at Hereford, when he was an unused substitute.

The defender headed to non-league in a bid to build up his match sharpness, having spent nearly two years on the sidelines due to a knee injury.

The Sandgrounders are currently sixth in the National League North table, having lost just eight games this season.

Reiss Greenidge

Greenidge has made 18 appearances for Barnet this season, most recently in a 2-0 defeat against Woking over the weekend.

The defender was on target during an emphatic 6-0 victory against Dover earlier this month – his second goal of the season.

The Bees are currently 17th in the National League table heading into the final weeks of the campaign.

Jay Fitzmartin

Fitzmartin came on for the final half an hour as Stalybridge Celtic suffered a 3-0 defeat against Warrington earlier this month.

However, the youngster was absent from the squad during their goalless draw with Grantham over the weekend.

Matt Alexander

Alexander hasn’t featured for Runcorn Linnets since suffering an injury against Trafford on his debut.

The goalkeeper headed out on loan in search of regular playing time as he continues his development.

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