Goalkeeper Maison Campbell has joined National League North side Scunthorpe United on an initial one-month loan.
The young 20-year-old shot-stopper signed a contract extension at the LNER Community Stadium in August 2023, seeing his deal run until 2025 with the Minstermen.
Campbell has made one appearance so far for City this campaign in the Vanarama National League, stepping in for the injured David Stockdale away at Aldershot for the second half, where he kept a clean sheet.
North Riding Senior Cup duties called for the shot-stopper at the start of November too, featuring for the Minstermen away at Guisborough Town.
Away from York, Campbell has had a one-month spell at Marske United in the Northern Premier League Premier Division this season, featuring twice for The Seasiders during that stint.
His most recent spell away in November saw a month long loan at Knaresborough Town, where he made three appearances between the sticks.
The Iron host National League side Solihull Moors in the Isuzu FA Trophy Third Round on Friday evening, a fixture in which Campbell could make his debut for the North Lincolnshire-based side.
Subject to league and FA approval.