Kabango Tshimanga was the first player to come through the door on deadline day, signing on loan from MK Dons until the end of the season.
The youngster penned his first professional contract in January 2015 after scoring 36 goals in the first half of the 2014/15 campaign for the Dons' Under-18 side.
Zaire-born Tshimanga made his first-team debut two months previous as substitute in Emirates FA Cup before being loaned out to Aldershot.
Further temporary moves to non-league clubs Chelmsford City, Corby Town, Nuneaton Town and Chesham United followed.
MK Dons took up the decision to extend Tshimanga’s contract for a further season last May before sending him to Iceland for the summer to compete in the Icelandic Premier Division with Throttur Reykjavik.
Tshimanga returned to stadium:mk in July and scored his first senior goal for MK in the EFL Cup against Reading.
He has featured 12 times for the Buckinghamshire outfit this season, including a 71-minute outing in the Dons’ 4-1 defeat to Town in the Checkatrade Trophy.