Striker Ben Wright has returned to Skrill South club Basingstoke Town on a month`s loan from Skrill Premier side Salisbury City.
Wright joined the Whites from Forest Green Rovers at the start of the season.
The 24-year-old was bought by Rovers from Braintree Town where he’d notched seventeen goals throughout the 2011/12 season.
He started off his career with Basingstoke in 2003, where he stayed to pursue his career to senior level until 2008.
During his time with the club, he had loan spells with Winchester City, Andover and Carshalton Athletic.
Wright has also played for the likes of Crawley Town, Peterborough United and Hampton & Richmond Borough before joining Braintree for the 2011/12 season.
He has made eight starts and appeared eleven times as a substitute for Salisbury, scoring an impressive six times.
Meanwhile, Matt Partridge has returned to Basingstoke on loan from Sky Bet Championship side Reading until the end of the season.
An Academy product and former Royals` under-18s captain, Partridge is comfortable as both a defender and midfielder.
He was a regular for the under-21s throughout the 2012/13 season and at the start of this, before agreeing to move on loan to Basingstoke in September, scoring on his debut against Bromley.
In his first spell at the Camrose he played eight times and scored three goals