Wealdstone have retained one of their short-term loan signings made in January, while another has departed.

Firstly, Watford defender George Langston has had his loan extended until the end of the season despite having made just two appearances for the club so far.

The Hornets Academy captain initially joined Stones on a one-month loan deal and has so far featured in the FA Trophy game away at Darlington and a draw away at National League leaders Torquay United.

Since his arrival, injury has prevented him from making further appearances, but he could make his return to the squad in this Saturday’s league game at home against Halifax Town after just missing out on Tuesday night’s win over Boreham Wood.

The extension was announced via the Stones website, where the club thanked his parent club for allowing them to extend the deal for the remainder of the campaign. It read: “We thank Watford and everybody involved for extending the loan for the season.”

While Langston’s contract was extended another expired, with Deshane Dalling departing Wealdstone after his loan from Championship club Queen’s Park Rangers came to an end.

Dalling only made his first appearance for the Stones in last weekend’s 4-1 defeat to Wrexham and it turned out to be his sole game for the club.

A statement on the club website thanked both the player and his parent club. It reads: “We thank Deshane for his efforts in a Stones shirt and wish him all the best with his career, we also thank QPR for making the loan deal possible.”