Shrewsbury Town today extended Barnsley defender Lee Collins’ loan at the Greenhous Meadow for another month.
The Telford-born former Wolves trainee has made eight appearances for the club since moving from Oakwell at the end of September.
Collins, aged 24, was signed initially as cover for Joe Jacobson, who had been sidelined with an ankle injury.
It is the second time Collins has linked up with Turner, who first took him on loan to Hereford in 2007 before he joined Port Vale, initially on loan, where he scored four goals in 142 league games.
After going on loan to Barnsley late last term, he made a permanent move to Oakwell in the summer, but has so far not played this season.
Meanwhile, former Shrewsbury boss Gary Peters has left his position as director of football at Hereford United after the club made the role redundant.
The 58-year-old makes his exit in the week the Shrews, managed by ex-United boss Turner, and the Bulls meet at Edgar Street in the FA Cup first round.
Peters, who was in charge of Town between 2004 and 2008, departs from the club just a year after taking the job as part of their cost-cutting measures.
The Bulls’ financial problems made the decision necessary, with boss Martin Foyle and assistant Andy Porter now in full charge of footballing matters.
Hereford chairman David Keyte said: “Our current financial difficulties have been well documented and we continue the task of cost-cutting within the club.
“I have had a very constructive meeting with Gary Peters about the current position and we have mutually agreed that the position is no longer required within the club.
“I would like to stress that this decision is in no way a reflection on Gary’s performance whilst at the club.
“His experience of the game is enormous and he has contributed fully to discussions on every subject.
“He leaves the club in a better state than when he arrived. We wish him well for the future.”