OXFORD United’s on-loan striker Rob Hall (pictured left) has extended his spell from title-chasing Championship club West Ham by another month.
The 18-year-old, who has scored six times in 11 appearances since arriving for his first loan spell in September, has signed a new deal that will keep him at the Kassam Stadium until January 14, though he can be recalled by the Hammers if required.
“We are delighted to have Robbie here for a further month at least,” said United manager Chris Wilder.
“He gives us something different up front, is a proven goalscorer and has fitted in really well here.
“It speaks volumes about our set-up that West Ham are happy to let him continue his footballing development with us.”
The loan has once again been assisted by the 12th Man Fund, where United supporters raise money to help the club outside of their usual budget.
A spokesman for the 12th Man Fund said: “We are pleased to help in extending the loan of Robbie Hall.
“He is a great prospect and is proof that the fans of the club can help on the pitch as well as off it.
“We would like to thank fans for their continued support.”