All the latest summer transfer news from League One...
Fleetwood Town are looking to stay up in League One having been promoted last season, and manager Graham Alexander has swooped to snap up two new attacking players today. Firstly, Newcastle United prodigy Adam Campbell has joined on a 28-day loan deal, and then the Cod Army pulled off a coup with the season-long loan signing of Crystal Palace forward Stephen Dobbie.
"I met the manager recently and within 10-15 minutes of speaking to him I knew this was the place I wanted to come to," said Dobbie. "The aim is to now continue to put smiles on the supporters faces and I can’t wait for Saturday’s game."
Colchester United need all the help they can get with a tight budget, and neighbours West Ham United have given them a helping hand with the loan of midfielder George Moncur until January. The 20-year-old has been training with Joe Dunne's side, and the U's gaffer says that should help him.
"Having George here for the whole of pre-season, he knows how we work," said Dunne. "George could have easily stayed at West Ham during pre-season and hoped for the best. My trademark is finding those players who need that moment to move into league games and we'll hopefully progress him."
Barnsley are a team who have had to have something of a rebuild this summer, but Danny Wilson bagged a huge signing with the capture of former Burnley and Preston winger Keith Treacy. The Irishman left Turf Moor at the end of the season, and has penned a two-year deal at Oakwell.
"I’m delighted. The clock was ticking down to the start of the season. I was wanting to get back onto the pitch and back to playing football again and Barnsley have given me the opportunity to do that and I am delighted to be here," said the 25-year-old.
Elsewhere, Notts County have added experienced former Bradford City and Rochdale midfielder Gary Jones on a one-year deal, Crawley have made yet another signing in the form of ex-Fulham winger Charles Banya, whilst Yeovil Town have completed a deal for trialist Simon Gillett.
"It's nice to get something sorted and ready for the big kick off, as it's gone on longer than I would've hoped," he said. "I came down and played a few games, really enjoyed it. The lads are great and things are looking really positive. I feel there is a good group of players here and a bunch of personalities, as well as abilities footballing-wise."