Preston North End January transfer window round-up: Look back at all the comings and goings during a busy month at Deepdale

Preston North End wrapped up their business nice and early on deadline day having largely got their work done at the start of the January transfer window.

Thursday, 31st January 2019, 8:32 pm
Updated Thursday, 31st January 2019, 9:33 pm
Brad Potts have scored two goals in two games after his move from Barnsley

Below we round-up a busy month of incomings, loan moves and new contracts at Deepdale.

The Walsall winger got the window off to a fast start with his arrival on New Year's Day
PNE won the race for prolific Exeter frontman Stockley on January 3, activating a reported 750k release clause

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The Barnsley midfielder arrived on the same day as Stockley as North End continued to fly out of the transfer blocks in the new year.
The first departure saw Chris Maxwell move to League One promotions-chasers Charlton on January 8, signing a loan deal until the end of the season
Having impressed at Hyde Connor Simpson's next loan move took him to League Two and Carlisle on January 9
The Middlesbrough goalkeeper arrived on January 9, just a day after Maxwell and has been tasked with displacing Declan Rudd between the sticks
The first-year professional swapped NPL Premier Division clubs when he joined Stalybridge Celtic on January 11 having been with Hednesford Town
The midfielder had his Grimsby loan cut short and moved to another League Two club in Tranmere Rovers on January 22
Wembley winner Calum Woods joined Bradford on a permanent deal on January 23 as his four-and-a-half years of fine service at Deepdale came to an end
A matter of minutes after Woods' departure full back Joe Rafferty arrived from Rochdale and took the No.15 shirt. He was to be the final new arrival of the window, taking the total to five
There were also three new contracts in two days with Paul Gallagher the first to put pen to paper, the midfielder's one-year extension announced on January 24
The day after Gallagher, left back Josh Earl's new contract until the summer of 2021 was announced
Youth team captain Adam O'Reilly was rewarded for his rise to the first team with his first professional contract which runs until the summer of 2021
Having been with Dundee, the Irishman completed a second Scottish loan deal of the season when he joined Championship leaders Ross County on January 29
The only piece of deadline day business at Deepdale saw Graham Burke join Gillingham on loan until the end of the season as a positive window ended quietly