AFC Telford United winger Jordan Johnson will play for Chasetown on a short-term loan in a bid to regain his match fitness.
Johnson, who joined in the summer, picked up a knee injury just two weeks before the start of the season.
"Jordan's a player we rate very highly," Bucks boss Andy Sinton told BBC Radio Shropshire.
"He's gone to Chasetown to get his match fitness up, ready to push for a first-team place."
Johnson scored 22 goals for Newcastle Town last season and it is his ability to score goals from midfield which has impressed Sinton.
"I think we may have uncovered a real gem, it is a step up for him, but I'm very excited by what he has to offer."