English League One club Wycombe Wanderers have confirmed their St Kitts and Nevis international Andre Burley has joined fifth-tier National League outfit Maidenhead United on loan for the rest of the season.
In March, the 22-year-old utility player, who made his debut for the Sugar Boyz in a World Cup qualifier against Puerto Rico, can play in midfield or defense.
On Friday, he signed for the Berkshire outfit – his second loan move away from Adams Park as the UK-born player spent some time at Hungerford Town last season.
Burley moved to Wycombe from Championship outfit Reading last December and has played twice in the English Football League Cup and once in the English Football League Trophy Trophy for Wycombe this season.
He debuted in the first-round League Cup win over Exeter City in August before playing in the second-round victory against Stevenage the same month.
His final appearance in a Wanderers shirt to date was in the 3-1 home defeat against Aston Villa-Under-21s at Adams Park in the League Trophy, where he came off injured.
Maidenhead, who currently lies 18th in the National League, takes Halifax Town in the FA Cup on Saturday.