YORK City striker Kyle McFarlane has gone out on a one-month loan to Stratford Town.

The 22-year-old striker scored on his debut as a substitute at Irlam in the FA Cup, before playing the first half at Buxton, but has since found his opportunities limited at Bootham Crescent.

His appearance off the bench against Kidderminster Harriers was his first outing in five York matches.

McFarlane is the third York player to go out to get experience and game time elsewhere, following Tom Allan's move to Farsley Celtic and Wes York's to Brackley Town, both of which extend to January.

Stratford play at Step 3, in the Southern League premier central division.

The deal is subject to FA approval.