TWO players currently in Richie Wellens’ squad could be out by 11pm this evening, while the possibility of Town adding an eighth player this evening remains likely.

It is rumoured that forward Kaiyne Woolery is one of the two players heading for the exit doors at the County Ground – the second is unknown.

The day so far has already been busy for Town, with Scott Twine officially joining Chippenham Town on loan until the end of this season while Cameron McGilp has linked up with Town’s sister club Waterford in Ireland.

Wellens also confirmed that he is 100 per cent sure that Dion Donohue will not play for the club again this season amid his off-field court case where he is charged with assault.

Speaking at 2pm this afternoon, Wellens said: “Maybe, one or two will leave – and there is a possibility that one will come through the door too.

“We’ll keep working. Kaiyne Woolery going to Blackpool – that’s the first time I’ve heard that, from Blackpool.”

Meanwhile, ahead of Exeter City’s visit to Wiltshire tomorrow, Wellens has confirmed that winger Lloyd Isgrove is unlikely to appear as he continues to recover from a kick suffered against Port Vale last weekend.

And while Zeki Fryers has returned to training, he will be rested with a view to making a re-appearance against Carlisle next Saturday.

Wellens added: “Lloyd (Isgrove) travelled on Tuesday, but got a kick against Port Vale which he didn’t recover from in time.

“We wanted him on the bench (at Colchester) but decided it wasn’t right, he couldn’t come on.”