Conference bottom club AFC Telford have bolstered their defence by signing Andy Parry from Luton Town on loan.
The 23-year-old ex-Southport defender, who first played under Bucks boss Liam Watson when he was in charge at Haig Avenue, has signed a month-long deal.
Parry hit three goals in 23 games for Luton in the Conference last term as they won promotion back to the League.
He arrived at Luton in August 2013, in the same deal as winger Shaun Whalley, who was loaned to Telford last season.
Parry has not featured for Luton so far this season.
Telford, promoted back to the Conference top flight in April, have shipped 36 goals in 14 games this term - the highest total conceded in English football's top five divisions.