Shrewsbury Town recall Connor Goldson from Cheltenham

Connor Goldson

Shrewsbury Town have recalled defender Connor Goldson from Cheltenham Town just two days after he signed a one-month loan extension.

The 21-year-old made 18 appearances for Shrewsbury before joining the Robins in November, where he played four games.

A 24-hour recall clause had been added to the latest agreement.

Darren Jones was injured warming up for Tuesday's 2-0 League One loss against Leyton Orient, prompting Graham Turner to bring Goldson back to New Meadow.

Robins manager Mark Yates is now working towards adding to the squad after tying up new loan deals with West Bromwich Albion striker Kemar Roofe and Rotherham's David Noble.

"We Just need to make sure we don't undersell the squad because we have a decent bunch at the moment," Yates told BBC Radio Gloucestershire.

"I want to get some business done early and have got a couple of targets. Yes, we have to keep the chairman happy but we have to keep pushing because I still believe we have a great chance of achieving something this season."

Since the January transfer window opened, York City have signed Cheltenham midfielder Russell Penn and defender Keith Lowe on two-and-a-half-year deals.