Ipswich Town are understood to be closing in on the signing of goalkeeper Paddy Kenny.
The 36-year-old was released by Bolton Wanderers this afternoon, and is expected to sign a deal with Town until the end of the season.
Kenny will add competition for places in the goalkeeping department, with current understudy Dean Gerken out injured.
Ipswich Town manager Mick McCarthy says that new signing Freddie Sears will be a "real asset".
Town completed a deal to bring the Colchester United striker to Portman Road earlier today, with Sears penning a contract until June 2017.
The 25-year-old could make his debut in tomorrow's trip to Millwall, and McCarthy believes that he will prove to be an astute addition.
“Freddie blasted on to the scene with West Ham in the Premier League and I can remember him scoring when they beat us in my time at Wolves.
I’ve always kept half an eye on him and of course. He has been playing up the road at Colchester and whenever I have seen him play, he has done well.
He’s scored 14 goals this season and with all due respect, that is for a club that has been scrapping at the bottom of the league.
He was a prodigious young talent at West Ham and he probably made the step backwards to go forwards again, which he has done. He’s older now and stronger and he’s a good signing for us. He will be a real asset.”
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The former West Ham forward has been in prolific form in a struggling U's team this season, scoring 14 goals, and his contract is due to expire at the end of the current campaign.
As a result, Colchester have decided to cash in on their star man to avoid losing him on a free transfer.
If the deal is completed in time, Sears could feature in tomorrow's trip to Millwall.
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Ipswich Town have strengthened their grip on second place in the Championship after beating Charlton 3-0 last night.
Goals from Tommy Smith, Daryl Murphy and David McGoldrick secured the points in front of their biggest crowd of the season, more than 26 thousand.
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The match at Carrow Road was originally pencilled in for Saturday 28 February, but will now take place a day later with a 2.05pm kick-off.
The game is likely to have a lot riding on it, with both sides currently competing at the top of The Championship.
Norwich won the reverse fixture at Portman Road, with a header from Lewis Grabban ensuring that all three points returned to Norfolk.