Sky Bet League Two side Stevenage have bolstered their attacking arsenal with the signing of Norwich City’s young striker Jamar Loza, the club have confirmed via their official website.
The youngster joins Teddy Sheringham’s team on a one-month loan deal and will go straight into the squad for tomorrow’s game at home to Carlisle United.
The 21-year-old talisman has risen through the ranks at Carrow Road and has actually made three appearances for the first team, netting his first goal against Huddersfield Town last season.
Loza will bring a small amount of Football League experience with him to Broadhall Way having gained experience out on loan with Coventry City, Yeovil Town, Leyton Orient and Southend United.
The speedy striker has represented Jamaica at international level and currently has four caps to his name adding to his repertoire of experiences playing first-team football.
Stevenage have had a torrid season so far and will need to pick up some points fast to ensure that the campaign doesn’t slip away from them.
Gaffer Sheringham will be looking for a response from his squad this weekend following Tuesday’s disappointing loss at home to Mansfield Town.
Stevenage fans… What do you know about Loza? Can he score the goals to fire you up the table? Is the club short on firepower? Where has this season gone wrong for you so far?