Date: 14th January 2011 at 6:22pm
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Celtic defender Darren O’Dea is set to stay at Ipswich Town until the end of the season after the two clubs agreed an extension on his loan deal.

O’Dea, who has made 14 starts in all competitions since being signed by Roy Keane in August 2010, was due to return to his parent club following Saturday’s trip to Millwall. However, the 23-year-old appears to have impressed Paul Jewell enough for the new boss to keep him at Portman Road until May.

Meanwhile Jewell has revealed that he has spoken to Plymouth Argyle manager Peter Reid regarding the future of on-loan striker Rory Fallon, whose current deal expires on 22 January. Keane was believed to have already agreed a provisional fee with the Pilgrims for the New Zealand international, who has scored one goal for the Blues since arriving in November.

The club have also yet to confirm whether there will be any extension on Jake Livermore’s loan from Tottenham, with the midfielder also set to leave this month. Livermore’s Spurs team mate Andros Townsend had already returned to White Hart Lane in December, whilst fellow loanee Jack Colback was called back to Sunderland earlier this month.

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