Vanarama National League promotion chasers Tranmere Rovers have taken striker Jack Dunn on loan from Premier League neighbours Liverpool.
The deal was agreed on Tuesday and sees the twenty two year old forward spend the rest of the season with the Prenton Park club.
Dunn agreed a loan move to SkyBet League Two club Morecambe at the start of the season, although returned to Anfield a month early, after his half-season long spell was cut short.
In his time with the Shrimps he made twelve appearances and scored two goals for the club.
Earlier in his career he spent loan spells with Cheltenham Town and Burton Albion.
During his time with Cheltenham he marked his professional debut with a goal in a 2-1 win over Oxford United.
He has also picked up England caps at Under-17s, 18s and 19s level with his last appearance for the latter coming in a friendly against Switzerland in May 2012.
He will hope to make his Rovers debut in their home game against Sutton United on Tuesday night as they look to close the gap on National League leaders.
Rovers currently trail the Imps by five points as they look to secure a return to the Football League.
Article: Mark Carruthers (@marknldaily)
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