Barnsley manager Simon Davey admits he would like to sign Preston midfielder Simon Whaley on a permanent basis.

Whaley, 23, made his Tykes debut against Sheffield United last weekend after agreeing a one-month emergency loan.

Now Davey is keen tie up a permanent deal with his former club for the promising winger.

The Tykes boss told the Lancashire Evening Post: "Simon is a player I've admired for some time and he has bags of potential.

"At the moment we are just having a look at him and he is having a look at us. He did well in his first game, played the whole match and his possession play was good.

"We would definitely like to take if further if we can."
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