Young Cheltenham Town striker George Lloyd has joined Hereford FC on a youth loan until January.
The 19-year old academy product, who has already scored twice in six starts for the first team, will tonight train with his new team mates instead of playing for Cheltenham Town in the County Cup against Mangotsfield United.
Hereford play in National League South and have recently had a change of management with former Cheltenham Town and Gloucester City players Tim Harris and Marc Richards going in as Director of Football and Manager respectively.
"This is a good move for George to get some games at a good level," said Cheltenham Town manager Michael Duff.
"He is a player who definitely has a future with us but we have a number of forward players at the moment so it's important for him to get some game time and valuable experience.
"He is going to a strong club and will be managed by people we know well so we will be keeping a close eye on his progress."
Gloucester-born George Lloyd made his first team debut for the Robins towards the end of last season and scored in the away Sky Bet League Two matches at Cambridge United and Crewe Alexandra.