Barnsley keeper Christian Dibble has had his loan move with Chelmsford City extended by a further two months.
The 21-year-old shot-stopper joined City on an initial one-month loan spell and has so far played six times for the club in National League South.
Dibble, a Wales Under-21 international, has featured in three wins and two draws for City, with only one loss by the club in his time there on loan.
And with Nick Townsend and Adam Davies ahead of him in the Barnsley pecking order it was hardly surprising Dibble, the son of former Manchester City keeper Andy, wanted to stay and get more games under his belt.
Dibble’s deal will now expire on Saturday, November 28.
Earlier this week Reds’ striker George Maris joined Guiseley AFC on an initial one-month loan deal.