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AFC Wimbledon boss Neal Ardley hopes to extend the loan deals of Toby Ajala and Jonathan Meades.

Last Updated: 07/01/13 at 12:39   

Ardley: Working on loan extensions for duo

Ardley: Working on loan extensions for duo

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Winger Ajala's loan spell from Bristol City came to an end following Saturday's 1-0 win at Rochdale while midfielder Meades is also due back at Bournemouth.

Ardley said: "Jonathan's versatility is why we brought him in. He has been an unbelievable signing for us.

"We would love to keep him longer and I am working on that. Jonathan can play virtually anywhere on the pitch and he has not had a bad game for us.

"We are also working hard to keep Toby. When we tried to sign Toby, I thought he had a very good edge to his game and a good work ethic.

"But he also has quality as well and he has shown that during his loan spell."

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