Teenager Stephen Gleeson is the latest youngster to be allowed to leave Wolverhampton Wanderers on loan to gain valuable experience.
The 19-year-old midfielder has been allowed to join League Two side Hereford United for a month after returning from a successful spell at Stockport County, where he played 17 games and scored two goals.
The Irishman has made just one appearance for Wolves this season, in the Carling Cup against Morecambe, and will now join up with fellow Wolves team-mate Lee Collins, who is on loan until the end of the season at Edgar Street.
Wolves will face a busy month in March with six games in four weeks. The Scunthorpe United game, which was postponed on Tuesday because of a frozen pitch at Molineux, will now take place on Tuesday, March 18, with a 7.45pm kick off. All tickets from the original fixture will be valid.
A new date for the Black Country derby against West Bromwich Albion, which was due to be played on March 9 but has been postponed because of Albion's FA Cup quarter-final tie at Bristol Rovers, has yet to be arranged.
Wolves end the month with a trip to Selhurst Park on Saturday trying to avenge a disappointing 3-0 defeat at the hands of Crystal Palace at Molineux in January.
Manager Mick McCarthy was due to make several changes to the side that performed so poorly at Cardiff City in the FA Cup last Saturday on Tuesday night and is likely to include Dave Edwards and Sylvan Ebanks-Blake in the starting 11, as well as Matt Jarvis who is responding well to treatment on a hip injury.
McCarthy has admitted, after a run of four games without a win, it is vital Wolves regain their form with just 14 games remaining if they are to reach the play-offs.
"To have any chance of getting back into it we need to be winning as quickly as possible,"
he said. "We've been talking from the start about being a promotion winning team and being involved in it, but we're out of it by a really good stretch. We want to be involved in that promotion shake-up and I still think we can be. It's time to put up or shut up. Let's get out there and do it."
Meanwhile, Wanderers chairman Steve Morgan announced the club had launched a charity initiative that is, according to the Football League Trust, the biggest in football.
The Morgan Foundation will now give a minimum of 10 per cent of its annual budget, which currently stands at £1.5 million a year, to Wolves Aid, which will mean the club charity will be able to donate in excess of £150,000 each year to local charities and community groups.
It was announced that the club's football in the community scheme will also be amalgamated in Wolves Aid, meaning the scheme can double the number of youngsters it reaches every year, in excess of 160,000.