EASTLEIGH are set to bring in Cheltenham striker Callum Ebanks on until January.

19-year-old Ebanks has made two appearances in League One for the Robins so far this season, coming off the bench against Peterborough and Barnsley.

At youth level the forward came to prominence after notching four goals in an 8-4 win over Portsmouth in the FA Youth Cup.

Ebanks has previously spent time on loan with Worcester City, Bromsgrove Sporting, Evesham United, and Tuffley Rovers.

Last season he scored nine goals in 13 league appearances for Evesham.

Cheltenham confirmed the move on their website yesterday evening, with Ebanks potentially being available this weekend pending confirmation with the FA.

Lee Bradbury’s charges travel to Yorkshire to face York City on Saturday. The Spitfires are currently 12th in the embryonic National League table, following a loss, win, and draw in their opening three fixtures.

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