Accrington Stanley have today completed the signing of striker Nathan Butler-Oyedeji from Arsenal on loan until the end of the season.
Born in London, Butler-Oyedeji joined The Gunners as an eight-year-old and signed his first professional contract at the Emirates Stadium in 2021.
The striker, who has made a total of 14 Premier League 2 appearances this season, scored four goals in Arsenal Under-21s' four Papa Johns Trophy fixtures; including a brace against Cambridge United.
Mikel Arteta named him on the bench for his side's goalless draw at home to Newcastle United, with the 20-year-old also an unused substitute in this month's 3-0 Emirates FA Cup victory over Oxford United.
John Coleman said: "Nathan's someone we've looked at over the past week and the fact he has scored goals in the Papa Johns Trophy against league teams is one of the reasons he came to our attention.
"He's got a turn of pace and ticks a lot of boxes for us going forward."
The move is subject to Premier League, EFL and FA ratification.