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‘Ambitious’ – Plymouth Argyle and Brentford loan pair wanted back by EFL club, depends on finances

Bradford City boss Graham Alexander has suggested he is interested in bringing back loanees Daniel Oyegoke and Tyreik Wright this summer.

Bradford City currently have the pair on loan from Brentford and Plymouth Argyle respectively.

They are due to return to their parent clubs at the end of this season.

Alexander has said, as per a report by the Telegraph & Argus: “They are great to get on with and train really well. They are ambitious as well and that’s the profile we want the squad to be. You have to be able to see those qualities and elements in the individuals you have.”

He added: “Tyreik’s in his second spell with the club after his first really positive and successful one. They are both at big clubs and financially it could be difficult. But certainly as individuals go, they tick a lot of boxes.”

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Bradford City swooped for Oyegoke last summer and he has since made 19 appearances in all competitions this term, 15 of which have come in League Two.

He suffered an injury earlier in this campaign but has since fought back. The versatile defender is due to return to Brentford soon and the Bees have a decision to make regarding his future.

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He is out of contract at the Gtech Community Stadium in late June but the Premier League outfit have an option to extend his stay by 12 months.

Oyegoke had a temporary spell at MK Dons before his move to Valley Parade and played 19 times for the Buckinghamshire club.

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As for Wright, he remains under contract at Plymouth Argyle in the Championship but it remains to be seen whether he will be part of their first-team plans.

His situation at Home Park may depend on who they bring in as their next permanent manager. Neil Dewsnip is in caretaker charge right now following Ian Foster’s sacking as the Pilgrims look to avoid relegation to League One.

Wright joined them last summer before he was given the green light to link back up with Bradford City in January.

The attacker is a product of the Aston Villa academy and had loan spells away from the Midlands at Walsall, Salford City and Colchester United as a youngster to gain experience, as well as the Bantams.

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