Luton Town have extended the loan spell of Bournemouth striker Jayden Stockley for a final month.
The 21-year-old's spell will expire on 11 April, which will take him to the maximum length of 93 days for an emergency loan.
That means he will miss Luton's final four League Two games of the season and any potential play-off fixtures.
Stockley has three goals from 11 games for the Hatters, and has scored twice in his last two appearances.
Boss John Still told the club website: "Jayden has been terrific for us for in the past two months.
"While it is disappointing for all concerned that he will not be able to complete the season, we know he will give his all in this final month with us."