Brentford B forward Jaden Brissett has agreed a one-month youth loan with Maidenhead United.
The forward has been in excellent goal scoring form of late and netted twice this week as the young Bees beat Reading Under-23s at Griffin Park on Wednesday.
He will be joining a Maidenhead side who play in the Vanarama National League and currently sit 16th in the league table after 17 games with 21 points to their name.
They will be at home to Solihull Moors tomorrow afternoon at York Road in a 3pm kick-off.
On Jaden’s loan, Brentford B head coach Neil MacFarlane said: “He’s been doing well and when you’re involved in the games you have to be doing well and making a difference and an impression, which he certainly has.
“Over the past few months he’s been assisting and scoring goals at a regular rate and a number of teams have been watching him recently, one of them being Maidenhead in the National League. We put it to Jaden himself and had a chat with the staff and we feel that it’s time for him to go and play men’s football. He will go to them for a month and hopefully he will do well.
“A month’s football in the National League is going to be tough for him, and we’ve explained that to him, but he’s in a good place in terms of fitness and confidence, and as I said, he’s assisting and scoring goals consistently. Hopefully he can go there and do well for them. They’ve got a number of big games coming up, one of them an FA Cup tie against Rotherham, so the opportunity for him to go and play in those types of matches is invaluable.”