Brighton & Hove Albion under-21 prospect Robin Deen has joined Lewes on a youth loan for one month, making his debut against Burgess Hill Town last night.
Albion under-21 coach Simon Rusk said, "Robin has recovered from a long-term injury and now his next step is to play regularly and Lewes can give him that opportunity.
"That is an important part of his development, playing senior football and we hope it will also help him in regaining his match sharpness.
"He will continue to train both with our development group during the month, and we will monitor his progress with Lewes."
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The 19-year-old, who can also play as a right-back, is in contention for his Rooks home debut in Saturday's Ryman Premier League clash against Billericay Town at the Dripping Pan.
Meanwhile, Albion academy goalkeeper Thomas McGill has been called up to the England under-16 squad for the Tournoi international in France next month.
The young Lions will face the likes of Japan, France and Holland over the course of five days, with the first match against Japan on Tuesday 27th October at the Stade Didier Pironi.