Deadline day is here and clubs are quickly running out of time to make final additions to their squads.

There have been plenty of deals across League One, with sides at both ends of the division bringing in fresh faces.

Here are seven eye-catching transfers from the third tier since the start of the January window

Jay Matete

Plymouth have been active in the transfer window as they aim to maintain their lead at the top of the table, and Matete might be their most interesting signing.

The dynamic midfielder made a name for himself at Fleetwood and his performances earned a move to Sunderland 12 months ago.

Matete made nine appearances for the Black Cats during the first half of the season and will be aiming to make an impact at Home Park after sealing a loan move.

Macauley Bonne

Macauley Bonne was previously linked with Wanderers but has now joined Charlton on a short-term deal after leaving QPR by mutual consent.

The 27-year-old striker managed 12 goals and four assists during an impressive loan spell at Ipswich last season and returns to the Valley for a second spell at the club.

Charlton have shown an improvement since former Bolton man Dean Holden took charge, and Bonne could be a big player for the Addicks during the remainder of the campaign.

George Hirst

Ipswich are right in the mix for an automatic promotion spot and will be hoping Hirst can give them some extra firepower heading into the business end of the season.

The former England youth international has had a tough loan spell at Blackburn but proved how effective he can be at this level during a stint at Portsmouth last term, scoring 15 goals in 46 games.

Hirst’s arrival on loan from Leicester adds depth to an already strong attacking department, with the Tractor Boys currently the top scorers in the division on 53 goals.

Victor Adeboyejo

Of course of our list features a couple of Wanderers names! Adeboyejo has the potential to be an exciting signing, having scored 13 goals in 34 appearances for Burton this season.

Ian Evatt believes the addition is a “big deal” for his side, having won the forward’s signature despite interest from North West neighbours Wigan.

Adeboyejo looked lively during his debut against Charlton at the weekend and was unfortunate not to get on the scoresheet in the final stages.

Shola Shoretire

Highly rated at Old Trafford, Shoretire is another player who has excited Bolton fans since his arrival at the University of Bolton Stadium.

Despite his lack of experience, the versatile 18-year-old showed moments of real quality at the weekend and can unlock defences with his passing.

Shoretire was forced off with an injury against Charlton, and supporters will be hoping it isn’t anything serious after such a promising display.

Aaron Pressley

Accrington have struggled to put their chances away this season and will be hoping the addition of towering striker Pressley on loan from Brentford can make a difference.

The Reds have failed to replace Dion Charles and Colby Bishop over the past 12 months and now find themselves in the drop zone, although they have at least a couple of games in hand over the sides around them.

Pressley has shown promising early signs, bagging a brace against Lincoln in the Papa Johns Trophy quarter-final earlier this month.

Charlie Savage

Savage is another Manchester United youngster who has headed out on loan to League One this month to gain some vital experience.

The 19-year-old midfielder, who is the son of former Wales international Robbie Savage, made his first-team debut in a Champions League tie against Young Boys back in December 2021.

Forest Green have been extremely busy on the transfer front this month as they aim to climb off the bottom of the table under new boss Duncan Ferguson, and it will be interesting to see how Savage fares in the third tier.