As the festive period draws to a close, here’s a little taste of what’s been happening around Sky Bet League Two....
Former Robins Prospect Returns On Loan
Cheltenham Town have signed Bristol City’s Cameron Pring on loan until the end of the season.
The League Two strugglers have reunited with their former academy graduate who left the club in 2017 to join the Championship side.
The 20-year-old recently completed a period on loan with Newport County and impressed in South Wales - scoring his first professional goal in a 2-0 win against Colchester United during November.
The youngster is available for selection for Cheltenham's fixture against Crawley Town to tomorrow.
Brighton Star Loaned To Notts County
League Two’s basement club Notts County have begun 2019 in positive fashion as they have captured Brighton and Hove Albion centre-back Ben Barclay on a loan deal until the end of the season.
The 22-year-old has not been with the First Team over recent months - making just one senior appearance all season after featuring in a Carabao Cup fixture.
The Magpies will hope the young defender will prove effective in their mission to leak fewer goals in 2019, with the club currently boasting the worst defensive record in the division
Talented Duo Sign For Swindon
Swindon Town have made a busy start to 2019, as the club have announced the signings of Reading forward Ben House and Brentford defender Canice Carrol on loan until the end of the season.
House, 19, has been in fine form for The Royals having netted eleven goals in nineteen games for the club’s Under 23’s. The youngster is still yet to make a First Team appearance but could prove a huge coup if The Robins are able to ignite the teenagers glistening potential.
Carrol, who is also 19, has made sixteen appearences for Oxford following his debut in 2015 in the EFL trophy.
Both players will be available for selection for The Robins when face Sol Campbell's Silkmen tomorrow.
Forest Green Sign Bristol City Striker
Forest Green Rovers have signed Bristol City striker Shawn McCoulsky for an undisclosed fee, with the forward expected to make his debut at Oldham tomorrow.
The 21-year-old has put pen to paper on a deal that will keep him at The New Lawn until 2021, having spent the first part of the season on loan at League One side Southend United.
The youngster was loaned out to Newport County last season and recently scored the winning goal as The Exiles dumped Championship side Leeds United out of the FA Cup.
The striker will look to add further fire power to Rovers' promotion bid, as the club currently sit comfortably within fifth place in the League Two table.