Chesterfield have once again linked up with the world’s first club to give a Spireites youngster some much-needed experience.
Striker Luke Rawson has joined Sheffield FC for the second time.
Earlier in the season the teenager had a brief loan spell with the Dronfield outfit, scoring on his debut.
Caretaker boss John Pemberton recalled the 17-year-old front man early and used him twice as a substitute in first team games, before new manager John Sheridan’s arrival.
The lifelong Spireites fan signed his first professional deal last month and said: “I am overwhelmed.
“It’s been a dream of mine to play for Chesterfield since I was a child, having watched the team when I was growing up.”
He was handed his senior debut in the final game of last season, away at Barnet.