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O'Shea attracting Spireites

Chesterfield have confirmed they are keen to sign MK Dons winger Jay O'Shea on a permanent deal.

Last Updated: 08/01/13 at 19:28

O'Shea: Transfer target for Chesterfield

O'Shea: Transfer target for Chesterfield

O'Shea joined the Spireites on loan in late November and impressed during his stay at the Proact Stadium.

The 24-year-old Irishman capped his final appearance for the League Two club on Saturday with a goal - the second during his stint in north east Derbyshire - but it was not enough to prevent Paul Cook's side from losing 2-1 at Wycombe.

Chesterfield chief executive Chris Turner told his club's official website: "He scored a good goal on Saturday and hit the crossbar, and was unlucky not to score a few more goals in his spell here.

"Paul's [Cook] intimated that he wants to sign him and we'll try our best to come up with something this week if possible."

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