Leicester City's Sean St Ledger is off transfer list
Leicester City defender Sean St Ledger has been taken off the transfer list.
Manager Nigel Pearson has confirmed the Republic of Ireland international will not be leaving City during the transfer window.
St Ledger appeared to be on his way out of the King Power Stadium at the start of the month.
He was unhappy at being dropped for the Boxing Day game against Ipswich Town and Pearson slapped him on the transfer list over his reaction.
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But St Ledger, who almost joined Ipswich Town, has been in sparkling form in the past two games and Pearson said there was no issue between the pair.
"He is fine and there is no rift," said Pearson.
"I am delighted with his performances. Is he off the transfer list? Yes, why not!"
City need defensive cover and are still waiting for a decision from Nottingham Forest over their latest bid for defender Wes Morgan.
City submitted a third bid of £800,000, rising to £1 million, for the 28-year-old on Thursday night.
The offer was discussed at a meeting at Forest yesterday afternoon.
A decision has been delayed, although it is expected Forest will reluctantly accept it after Morgan expressed his desire to speak with City about a move.
City have also reportedly made a £2 million bid to Hull City for defender James Chester. It is expected to be rejected.
City also have an offer on the table for Stoke City winger Ben Marshall.
Pearson confirmed he would like to make more additions to the squad before Tuesday's transfer deadline.
The City boss added that he may still offer free agent David Cotterill a deal.
The Welsh winger has been training with City since being released by Swansea City.
"He has not been with us the last couple of days but I have not ruled it out," said Pearson.
Meanwhile, City defender Cian Bolger has extended his loan with Bristol Rovers until the end of the season.