Arsenal have six players out on loan at present. Here's a round-up of how they are faring.


Adam has been a success at Wycombe Wanderers with five goals in 14 appearances for the League Two club. His most recent strike was the winner in an LDV Vans Trophy game against Aldershot at Adams Park. After a bright start to the season, Wycombe are now in the bottom half of League Two and their manager, Arsenal legend Tony Adams, recently left the club. He is due to end his loan period on Saturday, November 20.


David is gaining Premiership experience during a season-long loan with Norwich City. The England Under-21 international has now made 11 appearances for the Canaries but was forced to miss the visit of Arsenal in August because Premier League rules now specify that loanees cannot play against their mother club. The 20-year-old has one goal so far, a long-range effort in Norwich's 2-2 draw at Newcastle.


Frankie will officially complete his one-month loan with Queens Park Rangers on Saturday, November 20. The American defender has made five starts during his time with the Championship side, who are pressing for promotion to the top flight. The highlight of Simek's loan spell so far is a 3-0 victory against Burnley at Loftus Road.


John has prospered since joining Bournemouth on loan in September. To date, the young midfielder has played 13 games for the Cherries, helping them to fourth place in League One. Spicer opened his account for Bournemouth with the winner at Sheffield Wednesday and added further goals in the Carling Cup win at Blackburn and the League One victory over Port Vale.


Graham has already made 20 appearances for Millwall and has kept six clean sheets, including four in his first five games. The Republic of Ireland goalkeeper made his European debut in the UEFA Cup tie against Ferencvaros in September. Millwall were beaten 4-2 on aggregate. Graham is due to return to Highbury at the end of the season.


Sebastian linked up with Brondby at the end of August and has made nine appearances in the Super Ligaen. The 21-year-old's arrival has coincided with a excellent run for the Danish club, who lead Midtjylland by 10 points at the top of the table. Sebastian will spend the entire season in his native Denmark under the managership of Michael Laudrup.


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17 Nov 2004