Stockport County striker Szymon Czubik has joined Mossley on a one-month loan following a successful spell at Stockport Town.
The teenage front man has scored seven goals for Town this season. Winger Adam Etches has also been recalled from the Lions.
County boss Jim Gannon said: “I am very grateful to Alan Lord and all at Stockport Town FC for the part they have played in giving Szymon valuable experience in men’s football. He has shown his ability to play effectively at that level with his goal scoring exploits.
“Szymon, along with Adam Etches, were both recently recalled from their loans at the Town for our last two games. It was a great experience for both players to appear for the first team in our recent win at Warrington Town FC and also to be a part of the overnight trip and FA Cup first round 18-man squad for the Yeovil Town game.
“Despite these positive experiences we feel that the current strength of the squad allows us to consider the opportunity for the younger players to gain further valuable playing time outside the club. For Szymon, a move to the Evostik West Division seemed the next natural step. Szymon was subject to interest from several clubs but decided on a move to Sell Park.”
Szymon signed his first professional contract with the Hatters in January. The young striker joined Alan Lord’s academy three years ago after impressing during a friendly against Goole Town.