If rumours are to be believed, David Flitcroft will be adding Sheffield United defender Chris Hussey to the ever increasing squad. If he can beat off interest of Portsmouth, Blackpool and Plymouth that is.
Hussey is in the last year of his contract and has lost his first team place to Northern Ireland international Daniel Lafferty.
After starting his career at AFC Wimbledon, playing 70 times and scoring three goals in the process he went on to lift the Young Player of the Year in both 2007-08 and 2008-09 seasons.
Moving to the midlands Hussey went on to play for Coventry before heading back for a second stint at Wimbledon. After a spell at Burton Albion he moved to Bury, then managed by current Town boss David Flitcroft before making his way to Sheffield United.
If Flitcroft can make Chris Hussey his seventh signing this defence will surely be second to none in League Two for the coming season.