Noah Chilvers has signed on loan at Bath City
The young midfielder joins U's teammate Ollie Kensdale at the National League south side, looking for plenty of game time in the next month.
Still only eighteen, Chilvers made his U's debut in March this year, coming on as a late substitute for Sammie Szmodics in the U's 3-0 win here at the JobServe Community Stadium.
His first start for the club came in the Leasing.com Trophy at the beginning of September, at Gillingham, and he also started against Spurs' U21s in the same competition earlier this month.
He has yet to score a goal in open play, but will be forever remembered for scoring the winning penalty at Selhurst Park that knocked Crystal Palace out of the Carabao Cup this season.
Director of Football Tony Humes said: "Noah has all the potential to have a very good career in football, and we are going to do everything we can to maximise that potential."
"He has already been in and around the first team squad, but we feel that regular competitive men's football will benefit him the most in the next month."