KYRAN Lofthouse and Slavi Spasov have had their loans at Woking extended.

The Oxford United youngsters have impressed since joining the Vanarama National League side in October, making 28 appearances between them.

Forward Spasov, who turned 19 last week, has played 17 games and scored three goals, featuring in every league fixture this season.

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Lofthouse joined Woking almost a month after his teammate but has also been an ever-present.

The 20-year-old, who can play at full-back or on the wing, has added 11 games for the Cards to his two U's appearances earlier in the season.

Meanwhile, Under 21 forward Jack Stevens has joined National League South side Chippenham Town on loan.

The 20-year-old signed a three-month professional contract at United in October and that was extended this week due to the impact of Covid-19 on the youth season.

Academy manager Dan Harris told the U's official website: "As people will appreciate, the last few months haven’t really given him a fair chance, so the loan is a great opportunity for him.

"Slavi and Kyran have been playing well, getting regular game time and enjoying their time at Woking.

"We know all three will be looked after because they are at good clubs and we look forward to watching their progress.”

Fabio Lopes was due to join Chippenham on loan last week, but did not sign after sustaining an injury on the day of the move.