SWINDON Town are pursuing the permanent signing of striker Keshi Anderson from Premier League side Crystal Palace during the transfer window - but goalkeeper Lawrence Vigouroux may have played his last game for the club.

Anderson, who joined the County Ground club on a loan basis during the summer, has scored four goals in 21 appearances so far this season in a successful stint in Wiltshire.

His loan stint with Town runs out on Saturday, after which the Adver understands the deal is expected to be made permanent.

Manager David Flitcroft today revealed Town are hoping to get one deal done before Saturday's League Two clash against Forest Green Rovers at the County Ground.

Moves have been made to make Anderson's switch down the M4 a permanent one, with significantly Palace as well as Town keen on the deal, while Flitcroft also revealed he was interested in Oldham Athletic midfielder Ollie Banks, who has recently been on loan at Tranmere.

"We want to make Keshi Anderson a permanent deal, and so do Crystal Palace,'' said Flitcroft. "I see a potential asset to the football club when he gets regular goals and regular assists.

"I'm almost certain that we'll have one in before Forest Green. We might have two but we'll certainly have one in.

"We probably need three or four targets in the window, but the way it works is you need 20 targets to get those three or four players. Being close to third has helped with our pitch to players.

"There's been an interest in Ollie Banks. Ollie was sensational for Tranmere and he's a player I've tracked closely. He was probably the best player against us for Oldham in the summer."

Former Chesterfield man Banks, 25, joined Tranmere for an initial one-month spell in November, scoring once in eight appearances but was recalled to a threadbare Latics squad by boss Richie Wellens and was an unused substitute for Oldham against Charlton on Saturday, prompting his father Ian to take to social media to criticise Oldham for recalling him.

That earned a rebuke from Wellens, who told the Manchester Evening News: "We were still paying Ollie Banks money to play for Tranmere, but now we're short on players it's our prerogative and our right to bring him back.''

Flitcroft also revealed that goalkeeper Vigouroux may well have played his final game for the club, following his breach of discipline prior to the New Year's Day win at Barnet.

Fellow midfielder James Brophy is available for this weekend's game after expressing his apologies for also going on a night out between the victory over Notts County and trip to Barnet, but Flitcroft said Vigouroux would not be considered for Saturday's game and may not be seen in Town colours again.

"James Brophy is available for Saturday and he's unconditionally sorry for what he did. He did very well against Cheltenham (in the Central League match) in the week," added Flitcroft.

Following his Barnet indiscretion, Chilean goalkeeper Vigouroux revealed in comments to news outlet El Deportivo in his homeland that he wanted to leave Town and had received offers from other clubs.

Meanwhile, left-back Chris Hussey, who has been out of action since September, was undergoing surgery for a hernia tear today.

The Sheffield United man could be back in squad contention in three weeks, while midfielder Timi Elsnik, who has also had a significant spell on the sidelines since November, is poised to return to the squad within 10 days.

Attacker Donal McDermott has suffered a groin injury and was seeing a specialist later today.

Flitcroft added: "Chris Hussey has his operation today and we could have Chris training with us in maybe three weeks. He's been out a while so we'll need to get some reserve games into him."

Meanwhile, former Town defender Jordan Turnbull has completed a move from League Two Coventry City to League One Northampton Town on a two-and-a-half-year deal