Ex-Bull Wayne Dyer is on the move again. Now 29, the Monserrat international has moved from Bromsgrove to Hednesford Town. The Pitmen are managed by former Bulls loanee Phil Starbuck. Morecambe goalkeeper Joe Lewis is being assessed after receiving a deep nine inch cut across his head during the match with Rotherham on Saturday.
Cheltenham will not be making a move for Wycombe striker Jermaine Easter after the Chairboys named a price that was well out of the Robins' budget. Lincoln are expected to name Brian Little as their new manager, according to The Mirror. Former Port Vale manager Martin Foyle is also believed to have applied for the job.
Chesterfield have sent loan striker Nicky Travis back to Sheff Utd after the youngster picked up a knee injury that would rule him out for the rest of his stay. He played just twice for the Spireites after an ankle injury delayed his debut for two months. Notts County have named Dave Kevan as their new assistant boss. The 39 year old former player left the same post at Burnley for the job at his first club.
Bradford have refused to pay the £55,000 asking price for Chilean striker Willy Topp after his club finally got in touch. The Bantams, who have not paid for a player since their Premiership days, have made an offer to the club. Peterboro have loaned goalkeeper Craig McKeown to Worcester for a month.
Rotherham have lost the services of loan midfielder Marcus Bean as parent club Blackpool have an injury crisis. Stevenage will take legal action if sufficient compensation is not coming their way for departed manager Mark Stimson. Former Grays boss Stimson is expected to be named as Gillingham boss this week, but could still pop up at Port Vale who are also interested.