Doncaster Rovers boss Darren Moore has said they will make decisions on out-of-contract players.

Loan deals for Max Sheaf (Arsenal) and Donervan Daniels (Luton Town) are due to expire next month, whereas short-term contracts for Rakish Bingham and Kwame Thomas are also expiring.

Donny are currently 13th in League One and are seven points off the Play-Offs.

Moore, who took over from Grant McCann at the Keepmoat Stadium over the summer, has provided an update on the uncertain futures of some of his players, as per a report by the Doncaster Free Press: “We’re just turning our minds to that now. Although we’re preparing for a very busy December schedule and heading into the new year, I realise there’s three or four of those deals up for players that are playing significant parts in the team now.”

Darren Moore

“We’re going to have to look at them and review them and look where the team is at. We’ll look to try to do some business there if the right one comes available on loan. At the same time, all those mentioned apart from Kazaiah Sterling (who is set to return to Tottenham Hotspur), we’ll wait and see on what we’ll do in January.”

He added: “It needs to be pretty soonish obviously because we need to speak with them. But I believe that all of them are happy here. But this is football and it can change within 24 hours.”