Greg Abbott backs Charlton Athletic loan pair

Carlisle United manager Greg Abbott looks on during the League One match between Milton Keynes Dons and Carlisle United at stadium mk on March 27, 2012
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Notts County assistant boss Greg Abbott believes that Morgan Fox and Bradley Jordan will prove to be good additions to the squad.

Notts County assistant manager Greg Abbott has expressed his belief that Morgan Fox and Bradley Jordan will make a positive impact at Meadow Lane.

The Charlton Athletic pair joined the League One outfit on Thursday, along with Derby County striker Callum Ball.

The three players will remain at the club until January.

"They are young, but Charlton Under-21s won the treble last year, so they are players ready for senior football," Abbott told BBC Radio Nottingham.

"Where we are in terms of availability and finance, they tick a few of the boxes. Ideally we'd like tried and tested, experienced players, but at this time of year it's not easy to get that sort.

"We we're looking at ones who come highly recommended and can do a nice job and give us a bit of balance and depth."

Notts host Brentford on Saturday.

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