Bury have allowed midfield Scott Burgess to join National League side Wrexham on a six-month loan deal.
The Red Dragons are currently top of the National League and Burgess will be in contention to start their next game, at home to Bromley this weekend.
“I’m really excited about joining Wrexham,” Burgess told the club website. “The team has had an amazing start to the campaign and hopefully I am able to come in and help out with that.
I was with Macclesfield Town last season and we went up as champions, so I know all about the National League. I’m here at Wrexham now and the aim is to do the same this season.”
The 21-year old has come through the youth system at Bury, enjoying a loan spell with the Silkmen last season as they won the National League title. He played 31 times, having also enjoyed loan spells with Stalybridge Celtic and Bergsøy of Norway.
In total he has 26 Bury appearances to his name, including 13 in League One, with two goals.
Burgess is an exciting young talent and his endeavour at Moss Rose shows that. He knows how to help a team get promoted and that experience will be useful at Wrexham.
He might be needed in the second half of the season, Bury slipped to a disappointing defeat at Lincoln City last night and are finding life in League Two tough after their relegation.