Winger signs on at Sixfields
Northampton Town have signed winger Gregg Wylde on loan from Millwall until the end of the season.
25 year old Wylde started his career at Rangers, also appearing for Aberdeen and St Mirren before moving to Plymouth Argyle in the summer of 2015. In the 2015/16 season he made 41 starts and ten substitute appearances for Argyle, scoring seven times.
He moved to Millwall last summer, and has made ten appearances for the Lions this season.
"Gregg is a winger with a lot of pace," said manager Rob Page.
"He plays wide on the left, he is very direct and he is a player who can take defenders on and create opportunities for others and he operates very much like an old fashioned winger.
"We were keen to strengthen in wide areas and Gregg fits the bill for us.
"Gregg has pace to burn and that is a quality that frightens defenders. He can also deliver a ball with quality, and with the strikers we have they will benefit from that service. He also has a terrific work rate and work ethic and I think he is a player the supporters will take to.
"He did well at Plymouth last season and he will bring another dimension to our attacking play."
He will be available for selection for the Bradford City game at Sixfields on Monday.