Date: 25th November 2015 at 6:49pm
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Ahead of the game against Luton Town manager Teddy Sheringham brought in Fleetwood Town striker Jamille Matt, and then ahead of the Bristol Rovers match the club announced that Brett Williams had been loaned out.

Beginning with Matt, he comes in on a loan spell from the League One side that will last until late January.

Having impressed at Kidderminster Harriers where he scored 22 times in 62 games, Fleetwood signed him for a then record club fee in 2013 and the 26 year old helped them to League One promotion in his first season at the club.

He has spent a fair bit of time out injured, but has 15 goals to his name with his parent club.

He has debuted and made his full debut for us in recent matches.

Speaking to the Official Site after making his move, Matt said it was effectively a no brainer when it came to him getting more game time again.

‘I got a phone call saying that Stevenage were interested in bringing me in on loan and I hadn`t played the last few games so it was an opportunity I jumped at really. I have been eager to come down and see the place and I`ve been very impressed. I have only been down here a day or so, so I am just getting to know the lads and everything but it is going well and I am looking forward to getting started and hopefully help the team get some more wins.’

Having missed the entirety of 2014-15 with a serious leg injury, Matt just wants to get himself going again.

‘I have been available for every game this season so I am in good shape, I may be missing a bit of match sharpness but I am feeling good physically and that will come with minutes I am sure. It was a tough time, being out for the whole season. I like to think that is all past me now as I have responded well this season and stayed fit all year. I have played 17 games this season so it is not like I haven`t played at all but I need to be playing games regularly and since the new manager has come in I haven`t played as much as I would like. Hopefully this is a chance for me to play and in my preferred position. I need to look to the future and step it up another level now so hopefully I can do that and help Stevenage.’

We also brought in 18 year old Tottenham Hotspur youth goalkeeper Harry Voss.

The young stopper comes to us for a month and he has been on the bench as back up for Chris Day since his arrival. This is his first loan spell out from White Hart Lane I believe, but he’s been a regular in both of their Under 18 and Under 21 sides – helping the Under 18 side to the Premier League Champions Cup and the IMG Cup in Florida back in 2014-15.

Finally, the outgoing.

27 year old Brett Williams has made the move out to Forest Green Rovers until January.

Having joined us from Aldershot over the summer, he has made 17 appearances for the club so far and he now heads to the Vanarama National League side who sit one point off top spot in their division.

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