STRIKER Mason Bloomfield has rejoined Dagenham & Redbridge, but will return to Aveley on loan for the remainder of the season.

The 20-year-old graduated from the Daggers' academy and made an appearance in League Two against Northampton Town in September 2014.

He left in August 2015 before spells at Chelmsford City, Grays Athletic, and Brentwood Town.

Bloomfield has featured for John Still's side in behind closed doors friendlies this season, and impressed the Daggers' coaching staff.

Still, who has confirmed that he will rejoin the Millers on loan until the end of the campaign, said: "Mason has been playing locally at Aveley FC and got recommended to us by Aveley’s manager.

"Initially I didn’t know him but he is known by the club because he was here as a youth.

"So we’ve been watching him and brought him in and he has done ever so well, he also played in a first team match when he was 16 years old although I think he picked up an injury while he was at the club and the club didn’t hold onto him. 

"The person who recommended him to the club was actually the person who told us about Dwight Gayle and we brought Dwight in the same way as Mason.

"We won’t be involving him right now. We will be loaning him back out to Aveley, but we will look to him as one for the future.”