Sergio Torres is poised to extend his loan deal at Lincoln City subject to a financial agreement being reached with parent club Peterborough.

The Argentinian winger has impressed at Sincil Bank and new Imps manager Chris Sutton is keen to extend the one-month deal that is set to expire after the match against Northampton on Saturday.

"Chris Sutton has spoken to our manager, Darren Ferguson, and I've spoken to Lincoln's vice-chairman Bob Dorrian about extending Sergio's deal," Peterborough director of football Barry Fry told the Lincolnshire Echo.

"As yet we have not agreed on a financial package. In principal I have agreed to let him stay there until January but any deal would have to be exactly the same as what is in place currently, or he won't be returning to Lincoln.

"Sergio lives in Peterborough and his wife has just started a new job, which is why, I think, he turned down moves to Hereford, Grimsby, Torquay and Bury, as Lincoln is closer."

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