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Swindon will leave it until the last minute to decide whether to extend Jacob Murphy's loan from Norwich.

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Jacob Murphy: Loan extension left until last minute

Jacob Murphy: Loan extension left until last minute

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The young winger has made six appearances since arriving on a one-month deal from Carrow Road and boss Mark Cooper is open to the possibility of keeping Murphy when his loan deal expires after Saturday's clash with MK Dons.

"We're going to see how he goes for the month but I don't think there'd be any problem if we chose to extend it," he told the Swindon Advertiser.

"He's got another game so we'll see how he goes on Saturday and take it from there.

"Some can be done longer, some people have done so well that you have to do it straight away before somebody else takes them."

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