Shrewsbury extend Obadeyi loan period for second month
Temitope Obadeyi made his Bolton debut against Wigan in December 2008
Shrewsbury Town have extended their loan deal with Bolton Wanderers striker Temitope Obadeyi to a second month.
Odadeyi, who was on loan at Rochdale and Swindon last season, has not scored so far in seven appearances for Town.
But Graham Turner's men have lost just once in six matches since he arrived from the Reebok Stadium.
The new loan agreement will take the 21-year-old through to 8 January, with the option for a possible further extension after that.
"Tope has done well since joining us and has been a great addition to the squad," Town boss Turner told the club website. "He's been asked to play in a couple of different roles and brings us a little more quality."
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