Evo-Stik League Premier club Stourbridge have signed forward Kaiman Anderson on a two-month loan from Vanarama National League North side Southport.
The 20-year-old previously enjoyed two successful loan spells with the Glassboys neighbours Halesowen Town.
He scored 18 times in the first half of last season for the Yeltz whilst on loan from SkyBet League One outfit Shrewsbury Town before being recalled in January.
He then spent time on loan at National League South side Oxford City before being released by the Shrews at the end of last season.
He subsequently signed for Southport in the summer and has made ten appearances for them, scoring once.
At the start of the current campaign, he spent a brief spell on loan at another NPL Premier side, Nantwich Town, scoring twice in seven games.
Stourbridge boss Gary Hackett will be hoping Anderson’s introduction will spark an upturn in league results following last Saturday’s win at Leamington in the Buildbase FA Trophy.
Anderson will be in the squad for Saturday’s game against Whitby Town at the War Memorial Ground.