Stanley boss Paul Cook has completed the one-month loan signing of Bolton Wanderers striker Jack Sampson.
The 19-year-old, who has previous League Two experience from a similar spell at Southend last season, went straight into the squad for the weekend trip to Torquay United.
"I’m very happy to come to Accrington," he said.
"I’ve got a little bit of experience at this level and it took me quite a while to get used to the facilities in League Two but I think that’ll help me and I can cope well.
"People say loans are to get minutes on the pitch but I want to get goals. I want to try and average a goal a game!
"There was interest from teams lower down this division but I wanted to come to a club with a winning mentality that wants to do well and win games."
"We’re very thankful to Bolton for letting us have Jack," added Cook.
"He’s a lad we’ve trailed for some time now, he’s got experience in this league with Southend, who got into the play-offs last season, and he’s a left-sided striker with a bit of physical presence about him which is something we’ve lacked.
"We’re really pleased with the signing."
He will wear the number 20 shirt during his time with Stanley.