Date: 10th December 2014 at 6:16pm
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Colchester secured the short-term signed of Kaspars Gorkss ahead of our weekend FA Cup win, with it hoped an extended run can help to keep him.

The experienced former Queen Park Rangers and Reading defender signed a deal with The U’s until January and came straight in to make his debut in the one-nil second round win over Peterborough United.

Chairman Robbie Cowling is hoping that an extended FA Cup run, and the cash windfall we’ll get from this, can help our chances of keeping him in the New Year and having him available to face Cardiff City.

Cowling told BBC Essex: ‘When we get into the next window we can have a look at things and see where we stand.

‘Obviously budgets are limited these days, if we can have a really good cup run that would help us again.’

The Latvian international hasn’t meant we’ve had to ‘bust the bank’ to sign him but credit was paid to him with Cowling saying that he just wanted to play first-team football and we’ve given him this with it now the 33-year-olds chance to ‘put himself in the shop window’ with a move that benefits all, for however long it lasts!

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