TWO Darlington players have been made available to leave on loan.

Amar Purewal and Adam Nowakowski, both on the fringes of the team this season, have been deemed surplus to requirements for the time being.

Striker Purewal has played seven times this season, but is not in Martin Gray’s first-choice XI with six of his appearances coming as a substitute.

Purewal started the first game of the season, away to Altrincham, but new arrival Mark Beck then received international clearance and has since started each match.

He last season went on loan to Harrogate Railway, his first period of football after overcoming a knee injury which kept him sidelined for over a year.

Nowakowski, considered a utility player since joining Darlington in May 2015, has made six appearances this term, starting each of the last two games.

Last time out, at home to Stalybridge Celtic on Saturday, he was used as a centre-back to fill the void created by Gary Brown’s suspension.

But Brown returns to contention for Quakers’ next match at Brackley a week on Saturday.

Chris Hunter undergoes a minor knee operation on Friday which will sideline him for around two-three weeks.

Meanwhile, aside from Purewal and Nowakowski, another of the squad’s fringe players is likely to leave before the weekend.

Gray recently brought Josh Falkingham to the club, a midfielder formerly with Dunfermline who has impressed in his two appearances, while last week Josh Gillies signed contract lasting until 2019.