Striker Tom Siddons has joined Evo-Stik League South club Spalding United on a month`s loan from Evo-Stik League South Premier side King`s Lynn Town.
Siddons, 27, joined the Linnets in August after impressing in pre-season.
A former England under-18 international, he played for Sleaford Town and then Bourne Town in the ChromaSport & Trophies United Counties League before spending four years at the University of Birmingham where he played for the university first-team.
Siddons returned to Sleaford last season and scored 19 goals in forty-two appearances.
Siddons who has found the net 10 times for the Linnets has linked up with Lincolnshire side to gain some valuable match time.
King`s Lynn manager Ian Culverhouse told the club`s official website: “Tom’s move to Spalding is to get him some valuable time on the pitch, He’s scored some crucial goals and very much remains a valuable member of my squad.”
Siddons didn’t take long in finding his feet at the Tulips, finding the net in Spalding’s 1-1 draw against Stocksbridge Park Steels on Saturday.