JERMAINE McGlashan will spend the rest of the season on loan at National League club Wrexham, and Swindon Town manager Richie Wellens revealed he has no plans to include him in his squad for next season.

McGlashan, 30, has made 28 appearances for Town this season after signing a two-year deal with the club last summer.

Since Wellens’ arrival, the former Cheltenham winger has played only eight times though – the last of those being at Macclesfield on the first weekend of January.

Not one to criticise McGlashan’s style of play, Wellens said he has found it difficult to fit him into the squad under the system he likes to play.

Therefore, a move to Wrexham was deemed as the best decision for all concerned – with McGlashan expected to seek a fresh contract elsewhere for the 2019/20 season.

Wellens said: “Jermaine’s move to Wrexham is a good one for him.

“If you train all week, you should be playing at the weekend.

“And Jermaine now has that opportunity.

“He has been a bit unfortunate, the way that I like to play hasn’t quite worked with him.

“His only real chance was the first game against Carlisle where I played him wing back, that just didn’t work.

“He did great in the times he came on as a substitute, but at his age I’m sure he’ll be looking for a new contract in the summer.

“So, I’ll give him the best opportunity to try and find another club.”

Meanwhile, Danny Rose has resumed full-time training alongside Olly Lancashire – though Wellens expects to name an unchanged 18 on Saturday against Carlisle following last week’s impressive win over Colchester.

Further ahead however, there is a small possibility that the Town boss will opt to postpone Morecambe’s visit to the County Ground on Saturday, March 23, due to a series of international clashes.

Ben House (Scotland U21s) and Canice Carroll (Ireland U21s) have been called up to represent their home nations while Lawrence Vigouroux could also be required by Chile for friendlies against Mexico and the USA.

Wellens added: “We’ve got the option to call the game off, but we’ll visit that nearer the time and see what form we are in.

“We’ll see how the other players in the squad are – I’m happy for Luke (McCormick) to step into Lawrence’s shoes.

“I don’t mind if they play – if they play and have a great experience then it can be a proud moment for them.

“But when they train and then don’t get any minutes and we’ve missed them for five or six days it can be frustrating.

“But we want players to do well and to be recognised internationally is a great achievement.”