Imps eye striker capture
Blue Square Premiership,
Lincoln City have made a loan move for Nottingham Forest midfielder David Morgan.
Reports suggest the club are hopeful of concluding the deal before Saturday's match against Hyde in a bid to boost David Holdsworth's injury-hit squad.
The Imps have just two fit central midfield players going into the weekend and Holdsworth wants to bring in Morgan to take the pressure off Mo Fafana and Gary Mills, who is currently bring forced to play with a tight hamstring.
"David has come very highly recommended to me and Sean O'Driscoll (Forest manager) has kindly done me a favour," Holdsworth told the Lincolnshire Echo.
"David has a terrific engine, is very physical and I've no doubt that he will settle into our league easily.
"We desperately need cover in that area because the injury to Alan is a bad one and he is going to be out for some considerable time. To be fair to Gary Mills he still has a hamstring problem and is forcing himself to get through games at the moment.
"Gary and Mo Fofana are the only two fit central midfield players on the books at the moment which is why I've moved for David. He will be a terrific addition to the squad."