SWINDON Town manager John Sheridan says he has “more or less” made his mind up on the futures of goalkeeping pair, Joe Fryer and Matej Kovar.

Fryer’s short-term contract is due to run out this month while it has been suggested the Manchester United U23 stopper will be returning to Old Trafford early following an underwhelming first few months in Wiltshire.

When asked if anything was likely to happen to either of Town's goalkeepers this month, the Town boss said: “I’ve more or less made those decisions, but I won’t make it open to everyone just yet. I’ll tell the lads after the game against Wigan.

“I need to bring players in, and that’s what I’m going to try and do.”

In Friday's pre-match press conference, Sheridan discussed his January plans and revealed the club is "in the process of getting one or two" deals over the line soon.

The 56-year-old went on to reveal he expects a busy January transfer window - one that could feature up to 10 deals in and out of the County Ground.

Sheridan said: "I'm looking to bring in four or five bodies, but while everyone is fit we've got a big squad, so we will have to move people out as well.

"You don't want too many people not featuring on a match day, so I've got to balance the squad while making us stronger and competitive for the second half of the season.

"If I bring four or five in, I'll probably look to try and move four or five out as well."