YORK City winger Zanda Siziba has joined Vanarama National League North side Blyth Spartans on an initial one-month loan deal. 

Siziba joined York in late June after a short spell with relegated Yeovil Town, having made six appearances for the Glovers after initially agreeing a two-year deal.

Yeovil's relegation saw Siziba and the club come to a mutual termination of his deal, with Siziba making the move up to North Yorkshire under former City boss Mikey Morton. 

The 20-year-old has made 13 appearances for the Minstermen in the Vanarama National League, 17 in all competitions, netting two goals in fixtures against Ebbsfleet United and Southend United.

However, game time has been limited as of late for Siziba, having not been involved in a league squad since November, with the winger now completing the move to Blyth Spartans in the National League North. 

Siziba will play under former York striker Jon Shaw with the Spartans, who currently find themselves in 15th position on a current six match winless streak.

Siziba is available for selection in Blyth's National League North clash with Boston United tomorrow afternoon (3pm).