National League side Chesterfield have signed Norwich City striker Anthony Spyrou on loan ahead of the new season.
The 19-year-old had a brief taste of loan action at the top tier of non-league with Wrexham at the end of last season, although only made three appearances.
He heads back to that level with the Spireites on a season-long switch as he looks to prove himself in men's football, after two impressive seasons at academy level for Norwich.
Spyrou has been given the squad number nine and told Chesterfield's website: "I'm delighted and I can't wait to get started. I've heard a lot of good things about the club and I feel I can make a contribution."
The Essex-raised youngster scored 11 goals in 20 games for City's U18s during 2017-18, forming a prolific forward partnership with Adam Idah to help reach the quarter-finals of the FA Youth Cup.
His form continued with 10 goals in 21 matches for the U23s last season before his stint with Wrexham but he has not been involved with the development squad during pre-season, as the Canaries again look to use the loan route for plenty of their young prospects.
Spyrou becomes the 10th Norwich player currently out on loan, following the recent exits of midfielders Savvas Mourgos and Charlie Gilmour for the Dutch second tier, with Dordrecht and Telstar respectively.