Elliott Bolton will gain valuable first-team experience at Corinthian Casuals after he joined the Isthmian League Premier Division side on loan.
The 19-year-old midfielder has signed for Casuals on a short-term loan deal after impressing in a midweek pre-season match.
Our Loans Manager Michael Hamilton said: "The style of football Corinthian Casuals play will support Elliott’s progression. James Bracken (Casuals manager) knows of Elliott from his previous loans and is really excited to work with him.
"This loan arrangement supports the short and medium term objectives for Elliott's development, and we are sure he will benefit from gaining first-team experience at a competitive level."
Elliott signed for us at the age of seven and his rise through the Dons youth levels to the professional ranks is particularly special as he was AFC Wimbledon's first mascot for the Chipstead home game in 2002.
We wish Elliott good luck in his loan spell.
Pic credit: Stuart Tree.