Pacy winger Kallum Mantack has been allowed to leave Edgeley Park following the expiry of his short-term deal.
Kallum originally joined the Hatters on loan from Oldham Athletic a year ago, but his loan spell was cut short after scoring the winner against Alfreton, when a horror tackle left him with a broken fibula and dislocated ankle last December.
Manager Jim Gannon said: “I was glad we were able to bring Kallum back to County in the summer, albeit on a short-term contract, because he worked so hard on his rehabilitation during the first half of this year.”
Kallum left Oldham in the summer after three first team outings for Latics, and having previously played for both Alfreton and FC United on loan, and returned to County in August.
Last season the 20-year-old scored two goals in ten appearances for the Hatters, including a goal on his County debut in a 4-1 home win over FC United. This season he did the same again to FC United, scoring in a 5-1 win on the opening day of the campaign.
Jim said: “Kallum is a talented player and we are pleased to have played a part in his development. He is now trialling with a Championship Under-23 side and we all look forward to following his progress.”
Everyone at Edgeley Park wishes Kallum well for the future.