Duo Extend Loans Until May
Blues pair to stay at Scottish Premier League side until end of season.
Everton pair Lukas Jutkiewicz and John Ruddy have agreed deals to remain on loan at Motherwell until the end of the season.
Goalkeeper Ruddy initially joined the Steelmen in July, while striker Jutkiewicz linked up with his Blues team-mate a month later in a similar deal - both were originally due to stay until January this year.
But when that time came, the Fir Park outfit decided that they would like to keep the duo and a month extension was agreed with Everton, whilst their futures were sorted out.
Now both players are able to extend their stay at the Scottish Premier League side until May.
Former Swindon Town forward Jutkiewicz, 20, was signed by the Blues in July 2007. He is Motherwell's top scorer in the league, with eight goals.
While goalkeeper Ruddy, 23, has made eight clean sheets for 'Well in 19 appearances - with one each against Old Firm sides Celtic and Rangers.
Motherwell currently lie sixth in the Scottish Premier League.