Young left-back Jack Currie will gain valuable first-team experience at a competitive level after he joined Eastbourne Borough on loan.
Viewed by Mark Robinson as a real prospect for the future, Jack impressed during a previous loan spell at Leatherhead last season. Now, he will increase his football education at a higher level with National League South side Eastbourne, who he joins for the season, though there is a recall option in January.
Our Loans Manager Michael Hamilton said: "Jack has already trained and played with Eastbourne for the last few weeks and the feedback from their manager Danny Bloor has been brilliant. I'd like to thank Danny for his professionalism.
"Now the challenge is for Jack to pick up from the promising performances he displayed during last season’s loans, and maintain it consistently for the duration of the season."
Borough manager Danny Bloor said: "We're absolutely delighted to have secured Jack for the season. As we've seen already, Jack is a player with immense potential and we are all looking forward to working with him.
"A massive thanks to Michael Hamilton, Robbo, and everyone at AFC Wimbledon for making this move possible."
Jack has made one first-team appearance for the Dons, making his debut in the Papa John's Trophy match at Oxford United. We wish Jack every success during his loan spell.
We earlier announced that David Fisher had joined Hampton & Richmond Borough on loan.