Colchester United striker Junior Ogedi-Uzokwe has signed for Bromley on loan.
The twenty four year old will be with the National League side until January, hoping to get plenty of match action under his belt.
He signed for the U's in this year's January transfer window, having scored thirty four goals in thirty four games for Maldon & Tiptree.
In his three starts for the U's in the second half of last season, he scored one goal, and made six more appearances from the bench.
With the U's attacking options boosted in the summer, with Luke Norris and Frank Nouble putting pen to paper, it was felt that Junior would benefit from a temporary move.
Director of Football Tony Humes told the official website: "Junior has done extremely well since he joined us from Maldon & Tiptree and certainly has the potential to become a regular for us."
"At the moment though, his playing time for the first team could be limited so it was sensible to allow him to go to Bromley for the next few months.
"They were close to getting in the Play-Offs last season, so it should be a decent environment for Junior to continue developing his game."