Buxton boss Martin McIntosh has not ruled out a Silverlands return for Jack Broadhead, after the defender’s loan spell with the club expired last week.
Broadhead, aged 19, made 16 appearances after joining the Bucks from League Two side Chesterfield on the opening day of the campaign.
He initially joined for a month’s loan but a series of impressive performances led to McIntosh extending the deal until November 16 - the maximum three-month length allowed.
Broadhead’s last appearance came during the recent Doodson League Cup defeat to Carlton Town but the Bucks manager insists the loan spell was a success for both parties.
McIntosh said: “Hopefully Jack will have benefitted from his loan spell here.
“I was really happy with how he performed during his spell here and he’s got a bright future.
“There’s certainly an option to bring him back to the club in January and if it’s possible then it’s something we would look into.”
Broadhead, who has made one senior appearance for Paul Cook’s side, is contracted to Chesterfield until summer 2015.