Date: 6th January 2014 at 2:17pm
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The 19 year old striker returned to the Spireites after a successful loan spell in Norway. He played for SK Sprint-Jeloy scoring 17 goals in 14 appearances helping them finish runners-up in their league.

Talking to the official club website he said: ‘I absolutely loved it and would recommend it to any young player who isn’t around the first team picture at the moment. You get a new life experience abroad and its not just about the football, it’s good to learn about different cultures. The way things are done are a lot different too, it’s good to get the experience in whilst I’m young because I’m not settled with a family, so it gives me a chance to see the world.’

Having got international clearance on Friday he joined Buxton and made the starting line-up against Rushall Olympic on Saturday. He made an instant impact, setting up Lee Morris who scored from close range after just 6 minutes. Although they went on to lose the match 2-1.

It is great to see a young player rise to the challenge, having embraced the culture of Norway, he now has the challenge of playing in the non-league with Buxton.