GOALKEEPER Will Henry has become the second player to head out of the County Ground today, signing for Dunstable Town on a one-month-loan.

Henry found himself pushed further down the pecking order behind Lawrence Vigouroux, following the arrival of Reice Charles-Cook from Coventry on deadline day.

Dunstable, who are in the Evo-Stik League South Premier Division, have struggled this season so far, the Blues currently being second-from-bottom in the early standings.

Town manager David Flitcroft has said he would look to the loan window in order to develop the club’s younger players, such as Henry.

He said:” We have a real plan for Will on how to develop him, he’s a real professional.

“He does his work during the week and it can be hard where you don’t have that Saturday to put that work into a performance.

“We think there will be a club who can take him, and give him what he needs in terms of his development.”

The 19-year-old will provide much-needed reinforcement for Dunstable, who have shipped 21 goals already this season.

Henry, who signed a professional contract with Swindon Town at the end of the 2015/16 season has made 10 appearances for the club and will be available for Dunstable’s trip to Slough Town this weekend.

Town confirmed earlier today that striker Scott Twine had signed a three-month loan deal with National League South side Chippenham Town.