Cheltenham Town winger Andy Haworth has been made available for loan after failing to secure a first-team place.
The 25-year-old was signed by boss Mark Yates on a one-year deal from Tamworth in the summer.
But he has made only one start for the Robins, in the Johnstone's Paint Trophy win over Oxford United, and five substitute appearances.
Yates bolstered his midfield options on Thursday with the loan signing of Peterborough's Kane Ferdinand.
Last month, striker Terry Gornell asked to be placed on the transfer list because of limited game time, but has since gone on to score three goals in six appearances.
And during the summer midfielder Jason Taylor was made available for sale but has since become a regular in Yates' side, who are 16th in the League Two standings.