Gloucester City have signed midfielder Charlie Ten-Grotenhuis on a youth loan from Bristol Rovers.
Ten-Grotenhuis, 20, joined Bristol Rovers in the summer from National League South Hampton & Richmond Borough, and arrived highly rated by management at Hampton.
Speaking to gloucestercityafc.com, Tim Harris spoke of how pleased he was when Ten-Grotenhuis became available.
“Charlie is a big, but very athletic midfielder who comes highly recommended to us by the coaching staff at Bristol Rovers.
“We’ve had him watched for their reserves a couple of times this season and he’s been getting great reviews in the reports we have received on him.
“Naturally when an opportunity to sign a player like Charlie arises it’s one you have to take a chance on, and he will give us a different option to what we have.”
Pending the successful completion of the relevant paperwork, Charliw will be available for selection for this Saturday’s fixture with Welling United.
Meanwhile, George Forsyth has left the club by mutual consent and Wolves midfielder Ross Finnie has returned to his parent club following the expiration of his loan spell.