YORK City goalkeeper Maison Campbell has joined Vanarama National League North leaders Scunthorpe United on a one-month loan deal.

Campbell embarks on his third loan spell of the season, having previously spent time with both Marske United and Knaresborough Town and making a combined five appearances, before returning to parent club York earlier this month. 

The 20-year-old extended his York deal in August on a contract that runs until 2025, but has found game time limited for City, making just two senior appearances this campaign. 

Campbell started in York's defeat to Guisborough Town in the North Riding Senior Cup, and came off of the bench to help City to a 1-1 draw with Aldershot Town in August, replacing the injured David Stockdale. 

But with Stockdale, George Sykes-Kenworthy and Rory Watson all on the books for Neal Ardley's side, Campbell has made the switch to current National League North leaders Scunthorpe for an initial one-month loan. 

Campbell is registered for Scunthorpe's Isuzu FA Trophy match with Solihull Moors this evening at Glanford Park (7.45pm), and could make his National League North debut away to Cedric Main's Blyth Spartans on Tuesday, December 12 (7.45pm).