Young striker Jacob Hazel is considering a foreign loan move after signing a new contract at the Proact.Hazel has flown out to Norway to discuss a move to Moss FK after putting pen to paper on a 12-month deal with the Spireites.
He is due to spend a week in Norway with a view to joining Moss, who are in the third tier, on a six-month loan.
The 19-year-old made his senior debut as a substitute in the Johnstone's Paint Trophy tie against Oldham Athletic last September and then made his league debut four days later in the 2-2 draw at York City. He had spells on loan at Matlock Town and Workington later in the season.
Manager Paul Cook believes that Hazel would now benefit from a stint overseas. "There are areas of Jacob's game that he must improve and we feel that he needs a bit more time because he has the priceless ability to score goals," he said. "Six months in a foreign country would be a great experience for him and it would further his football education."