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LOAN: Andy Kellett Extends Plymouth Argyle Stay

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Bolton Wanderers' academy graduate Andy Kellett has had his loan spell at League Two outfit Plymouth Argyle extended by a third month, taking it to the maximum length of 93 days.

Kellett has played 10 times for a Plymouth side currently managed by ex-Wanderer John Sheridan.

The youngster scored his first career goal at the weekend, after which Plymouth coach Paul Wotton said:

"He has been threatening to do that for a while; he goes on those runs, and he travels with the ball really well.

"It opened up for him, and he showed great composure in front of goal. It was a great little outside-foot finish, and you will struggle to see a better goal this weekend, you would have thought."

He continued:

"He is good player, and got good ability. He takes the ball in any situation, and what I like about him is that he trains really hard as well - he is a good pro."

I believe the kids describe this as 'sikkkkk tekkkkkkkers lol':

Kellett will have no choice but to return to Bolton Wanderers on 17th January.