Yorkshire latest: Leeds forward's loan move 'likely' to become permanent; Doyle on Blades form

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Hunt to Ipswich move

Noel Hunt's loan move from Leeds United to Ipswich Town is likely to become a permanent transfer in January, according to a report in the Yorkshire Evening Post.

The Republic of Ireland international is set to move to the Tractor Boys at some point today and it seems that it could be a long-term switch for him. 

Coke injured

Sheffield Wednesday midfielder Giles Coke could be set for three weeks on the sidelines, after picking up an Achilles injury. 

Coke was forced to sit out of the side's game against Huddersfield Town this weekend and it appears that he could be in for a lengthy spell on the treatment table. 

“I think Giles is going to be wearing a medical boot for three weeks now which is disappointing for him and us," Gray told the Sheffield Telegraph.

Hudson happy with squad strength

Huddersfield Town defender Mark Hudson says that he is happy with the amount of quality that the Terriers have in their squad.

Huddersfield have improved hugely under Chris Powell and Hudson thinks their climb up the table can continue.

“We’ve got strength in depth and the great thing is everybody is pulling in the right direction," he said to the Examiner

Doyle on Blades form

Sheffield United ace Michael Doyle believes that the club are still well short of their best.

The Blades may be fighting for promotion in League One, as it stands, but Doyle thinks that they still haven't hit top gear.

“We are still a long way from where we want to be despite a decent start,” he said to the Yorkshire Post.

“We haven’t hit top form yet, not by a long way, yet we are fifth in the league, in the quarter-finals of the League Cup and still in the FA Cup, so there is every reason to be optimistic.

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