Swindon Town have confirmed that Tyrese Shade has joined National League outfit Solihull Moors on loan for the remainder of the season.

Shade had been a fixture for Swindon this season, after starting the season injured, he has gone on to make 24 appearances and scored two goals as he played across a variety of positions for both Michael Flynn and Gavin Gunning.

The forward joined Swindon after departing Leicester City's academy in the summer of 2022, making 39 appearances last season as he once again was played all over the pitch by Scott Lindsey and Jody Morris.

Shade also represented his country, Saint Kitts and Nevis, during his time at the County Ground,  playing twice in the CONCACAF Nations League.

The 23-year-old will now spend the remainder of the season in the National League after which time his contract with Town is set to expire.

Solihull are in the thick of yet another promotion charge in the fifth tier, presently sitting fourth in the table as they battle to get a play-off spot, with runaway leaders Chesterfield already 30 points up the road.

The Moors are also still in the FA Trophy, with a fifth-round tie away to Chorley coming up this weekend.