Originally loaned out in the loan window in November, striker Michael O'Halloran's loan to League One side Tranmere Rovers was due to come to an end yesterday. Today, the Tranmere official site announced that the Scot's loan had been extended by one month. In the 6 weeks that he's been with the Rovers, he's made nine appearances, scoring one goal, which was his first of his professional career, scored against Portsmouth.
Tranmere manager, Ronnie Moore, said this to the official site,
Michael has done well since he has been here so I'm pleased to be able to keep him for another month. With Jake Cassidy going back to Wolves and Jean-Louis Akpa Akpro not yet back from injury we're short of options up front so Michael being allowed to stay is good news for us.
I'd like to thank Dougie Freedman for letting Michael stay with us.
The Rovers are still on top of League One, as they were when O'Halloran arrived. It must be good experience for a Bolton player to play for a team that wins occasionally.