Brentford goalkeeper Jack Bonham will remain with Calor League Premier Division Arlesey Town for the rest of the season.
The 20-year-old joined Arlesey on a Youth Loan in mid-November.
He has played 12 games for the Bedfordshire side and kept four clean sheets.
Jack has helped Arlesey, managed by former Queens Park Rangers left back Rufus Brevett, climb the Calor League Premier Division table, they are unbeaten in seven and are now ninth in the league.
Arlesey have 21 more league games to play in 2013/14 and Jack will remain with them until their league season finishes on April 26.
He will continue to train at Brentford with Goalkeeper Coach Simon Royce during his loan.
Mark Warburton, Brentford FC Manager, said: “We have been very happy with the progress Jack is making under the guidance of Rufus Brevett.
“He is accumulating excellent pitch time and learning in a senior match environment whilst continuing his daily training development under the tutelage of Simon Royce.
“We are happy to extend the loan but of course we have the security of the recall option should the situation demand.”
Jack arrived at Griffin Park in the summer after he was released by Watford.
He had previously been on trial with The Bees and signed a two-year-contract at Griffin Park.
Jack, who has represented the Republic of Ireland at Under-17 level, made his Brentford debut in a Capital One Cup win against Dagenham and Redbridge in August and has played three games for The Bees this season.