Huddersfield Town defender Rarmani Edmonds-Green has completed a loan move to Vanarama National League side Bromley.
Edmonds-Green, 20, will join the Ravens until 13th January 2020 inclusive. He has progressed through the age groups with the Terriers before excelling in his first loan spell, playing 15 games for Brighouse Town in the second half of last season.
Edmonds-Green was given a position in the first-team squad upon his return this summer and went on to make his senior Town debut in August, playing the full 90 minutes of the Carabao Cup game against Lincoln City.
He subsequently put pen to paper on a new contract last month, committing his future to Town until the summer of 2022.
Town manager Danny Cowley commented: “Rarmani is a great kid and has made huge strides in his development as a footballer recently. He’s physically good and that allows him to be an aggressive, front-foot defender.
“We know Bromley really well as a club, in particular the chairman and the manager, Neil Smith. We know that Rarmani will be properly looked after there, which is important to us.
“This loan move will be a really good stepping stone for ‘Rams’ as he develops into the footballer that we believe he can be.”