Cardiff City were involved in a number of deadline deals, according to reports.

The club got Derby man Craig Bryson on a season long loan deal while Liam Feeney joined from Blackburn Rovers until January.

The 30-year old Bryson joined Derby from Kilmarnock back in 2011 and has racked up 244 appearances. This term he has only featured in four Championship matches from the bench while starting one EFL Cup game. At Cardiff City, he might get more chances hence the switch.

Feeney, 30 years as well, joined Blackburn last season after playing for Bournemouth and Millwall. He switched to get game time until January before he returns to Rovers.

As players join Cardiff, Stuart O’Keefe and Matty Kennedy have exited on loan to Portsmouth. The 26-year old O’Keefe and 22-year old Kennedy would feature for Kenny Jackett’s team for the rest of the season. Jackett also got on loan Damien McCrory, 27, from Burton, and Oliver Hawkins, 25, from Dagenham.

Cardiff City also released winger Craig Noone to fellow Championship side Bolton Wanderers. The transfer fees were not disclosed but it is believed that Noone agreed to a two year deal. The forward joined Cardiff from Brighton in 2012. After 170 appearances, he moved to Wanderers as against the other options he claimed he had.

Cardiff sanctioned the move of Declan John from the club to Rangers, just before the deadline. The 22-year old is a Cardiff Academy product. He is yet to play for the Championship side this term so he was shipped off on a season-long loan deal to Pedro Caixinha’s team. The player has featured in loan spells at Barnsleyand Chesterfield so he should be used to the loaning process. He is expected back at City at the end of the season.