EXETER City youngster Jake Gosling has had his loan spell with Dorchester Town extended until Saturday, January 5.
The 19-year-old originally joined the Blue Square Bet South side on a one-month loan deal at the beginning of September.
The deal was extended at the beginning of last month, just in time for him to feature in the FA Cup first-round fixture against Plymouth Argyle, where he scored the game's only goal.
His cup run with the Magpies was ended by a 2-1 loss at Luton Town on Saturday, but another month with the Dorset side gives the striker nine more opportunities to play in a busy Christmas period. Dorchester currently lie in 11th in the Conference South, but the side are playing catch-up with up to four games in hand on many clubs above them in the league.
Exeter City winger Elliott Frear has had his loan spell with Salisbury City extended for another month.
The 22-year-old played four times for the Grecians' first team towards the beginning of the season, before moving to the Blue Square Bet South side on a month-long deal at the end of October.