Yeovil Town have attempted to strengthen their struggling squad with the loan signing of striker Jamar Loza from Norwich City on an initial one month loan move, the club have confirmed.
The Norwich City striker has found his first team chances at the East Anglian club limited this campaign, and has taken the decision to go to Yeovil following four appearances for the club this year without getting his name on the score sheet.
Loza previously made his first team debut against Arsenal in the Premier League. He also signed a new two year deal at the end of last campaign, tying him down at Carrow Road until the summer of 2016.
The 20-year-old has previously gone out on loan from the Canaries, joining Coventry City, Leyton Orient and Southend United since 2013. In those loan spells he has only scored one goal, notching for Southend United.
The deal allows the young striker to be eligible for the visit of Bradford City at Huish Park on the weekend. Yeovil certainly need to improve their form which has been poor of late, having lost five games on the spin. Manager Gary Johnson has already told a local newspaper his target for survival for Yeovil.
“If we get a few wins and it becomes winning one in three you know you’re getting there. The target is obviously to win every game but we will need those 50 points and that’s what we have got to do” Johnson told local newspaper Western Morning News. Yeovil currently sit at the foot of the table five points away from safety.