Stockport County have extended the loan of Carlisle United striker Glenn Murray.
The 22-year-old originally moved to The Hatters for a month at the beginning of August, but will now stay at Edgeley Park for another four weeks.
Murray has been an ever-present for Jim Gannon's side this season, scoring in the 1-1 draw with Accrington Stanley on August 18.
League One outfit Carlisle are happy for Murray to keep progressing at Stockport, but boss Neil McDonald says there is a contingency plan to bring the striker back to Brunton Park, if necessary.
"He'll do a second month there which is good for him because he's playing every week and has scored, so his confidence is sky high," McDonald told the club's official website.
"This month, though, we have a 24-hour recall on him, so we can bring him back any time we want.
"But it's more important for him to play the games at the moment."