THERE is still yet to be confirmation that Djed Spence's projected loan move to Nottingham Forest was completed before the closure of the transfer window. 

The window slammed shut last night at 11pm with Forest looking to formulate a late move for the Boro wing-back. 

Forest officials were scrambling to ensure the necessary paperwork was lodged to enable them to push through a move for Spence.

Boro are understood to have agreed the terms of the deal, but Forest left things so late they were rushing to try to complete proceedings in time. If the deal goes through, Spence would move to the City Ground on a season-long loan deal. 

Sources close to the deal have expressed confidence that all requirements were met and that the transfer would be officially sanctioned but 14 hours after the deadline has passed, there has been no official confirmation from either side. 

While Spence has featured for Boro this season, Neil Warnock has maintained that the wing-back has shown problems in training with attitude and commitment.

Boro made late additions of their own on transfer deadline day after bringing in Slovenian forward Andraz Sporar and Cameroon midfielder James Lea-Siliki on loan until the end of the season.