Sheffield United’S CJ Hamilton will remain with Vanarama National League side Gateshead until the end of the season after putting pen to paper on a fresh loan deal.
The 20-year-old became boss Neil Aspin’s first acquisition as Gateshead boss at the end of November, and has since made six appearances in the League.
The winger had previously played under Aspin at FC Halifax Town earlier this term, where he struck three goals during a month-long stay.
Now, as he prepares to see out the campaign on Tyneside, Hamilton is hopeful of adding a degree of consistency to his game in the weeks to come.
He said: “It’s good to have my future sorted, and hopefully I can play week-in, week-out.
“In some games I have made an impact, in others I haven’t. Hopefully I can make an impact more often from now on.
“On a personal level, it has been a good experience so far. The further north you come, the more different it gets! But it’s a decent area, and I like it here.
“Hopefully we can finish in the top-five – the point difference isn’t massive at the moment. It would be a good achievement to go further in the FA Trophy, as well.”