Duo Set For Loan

Young defenders Anwar Uddin and Steven Clark could be joining Cheltenham Town on loan.
The pair played in a reserve team game on Tuesday by way of a trial, and will have another match next week.
If they impress Steve Cotterill, Town's manager, they will have a temporary spell there.
Secretary Peter Barnes confirms:
"Due to the pair's limited opportunities in the reserves at the moment, we have allowed them to play two games for Cheltenham Town reserves with a view to a loan spell there."
And the highly rated Anwar adds:
"It has been an up and down season for me so far.
"I started pretty well in the summer, played almost every game in the reserves and did really well, but as the season started it has been really hard.
"The reserves have filled up with some really good players since, we have had to rotate, and in the last few games I have had to share the centre back positions with Raggy Soma, Hayden Foxe and Steve Potts.
"But you have to look up and keep working hard, and I am training with good players every day who bring the best out in you.
"It is just frustrating sometimes, but the reserves are spoilt for choice and we literally have three or four players in every position.
"And some of the younger players that are coming through have done really well as well; there is a lot of strength in depth in the reserves.
"Me and Steven Clark felt it would be a good opportunity to get out and have a few games for another club."
It was an encouraging performance from the pair in the game, and Anwar adds:
"Their reserves had only won one in eight.
"We faced a strong Swindon side, won 1-0, and they were very pleased with our contribution to the game."
The duo will play again next week, and Anwar explains:
"There is nothing certain yet; we will have a look at them and they will obviously look at us.
"At the end of the two week period will have a chat; it was more or less to get games under our belts.
"We spoke to a lot of people there and they were very keen to have us down next week; they said basically it is up to us.
"The standard is so different - it is so direct there, and they don't play as much as we do at West Ham, so obviously I will have to get used to that.
"But if the opportunity arose and I can do well in the lower leagues I will take it.
"If you do go away like Jermain Defoe did last season it opens people's eyes all over the country and they start to realise who you are.
"It is also a good test of character and it turns you into a man."
The 19 year old has had a chat with Glenn Roeder about his progress and reveals:
"We spoke earlier in the season and he feels it is the next step for me after doing very well in youth team football, where we have won everything and been successful.
"But getting into the reserves and first team, as everyone knows, is the hardest step and to ease that it is always a good idea to go out on loan.
"We will try a couple of clubs, and I'm confident in my ability.
"If it means going out on loan to show the gaffer and everyone else how good I am then I will do that - and Steven Clark is the same.
"I think at any Premiership side the squad is so big and you will have literally four or five players in each area that you will have to compete with.
"In the Premiership you are competing with world class players like Hayden Foxe and Steve Potts.
"I think Steve is an unbelievable player - and he can't even get in the squad, which saysomething about the quality of players in the Premiership nowadays.
"But I wouldn't be at West Ham now if I didn't believe I could get in the first team, and
"I am very confident that with a bit of luck and patience I can make the grade one day.
"Time is on my side luckily, I am still fairly young, and centre backs tend to have a longer career.
"But it is frustrating when you are young because you have got so much enthusiasm you want to play all the time."