Solihull Moors have announced a loan deal for Max O’Leary from Bristol City until the end of the season, and an extension to Coventry striker Kwame Thomas’s deal until February 17th.
O’Leary has impressed at Damson Park so far this season, keeping 3 clean sheets in 6 games, and has made several impressive stops already in his time at Moors, and is Mark Yates’ first choice shot-stopper.
Kwame Thomas has also extended his stay in Solihull an additional month with the Coventry City striker set to stay until February 17th. Thomas has also impressed with the Moors, but has lacked goals, only scoring once in eight appearances, on his Moors debut, vs Maidstone.
Moors boss Mark Yates is though to be content with O’Leary in goal, but is hoping to add forwards to his squad, too add to his attacking options and create competition for places amongst attackers at Moors.