Leeds defender Alan Sheehan has extended his loan spell at fellow League One side Swindon until the end of the season.
The former Leicester defender initially joined the Robins on a two-month deal in November, and will now stay on until the end of the campaign.
There is a clause that prevents Sheehan from facing Leeds, but the 23-year-old will be eligible for the play-offs should the Robins finish in the top six.
Meanwhile, on-loan striker Davide Somma has returned to Leeds after an unsuccessful one-month loan period at Chesterfield.
Somma made just three appearances since joining the Spireites last month.
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