Promising midfielder George Moncur has joined League Two side AFC Wimbledon on a youth loan until 4 February 2012.
The England Under-19 international has enjoyed a fine season for West Ham United's development squad, netting three goals in 20 appearances for Ian Hendon's side.
Moncur, who signed his first professional contract in September 2010 and also joined Sam Allardyce's first-team squad on pre-season tour in Switzerland in July last year, will hope to make his senior debut in Saturday's npower League Two fixture at Port Vale.
Moncur's move will see him join fellow Academy graduate Callum McNaughton at Kingsmeadow, with the centre-back having joined Terry Brown's squad on a permanent basis last week.
The 18-year-old is one of eight West Ham United players out on loan at present, with Cristian Montano, Eoin Wearen and Ahmed Abdulla (all Dagenham and Redbridge), Callum Driver (Burton Albion), Jordan Spence (Bristol City), Peter Kurucz (Rochdale) and Pablo Barrera (Real Zaragoza) being the other seven.
Goalkeeper Kurucz made his second Rochdale appearance in a 2-0 npower League One defeat at Hartlepool United at the weekend. The Dale are next in action on Saturday, when they host Stevenage.
Wearen and Abdulla made their Daggers debuts in a goalless FA Cup with Budweiser third-round draw with Millwall at Victoria Road on Saturday and will hope to keep their starting places when John Still's side welcome Hereford United on Saturday. Montano was not given permission to play in the game by the Hammers.
Driver made his npower Football League debut in Burton's 2-0 League Two defeat by Accrington Stanley at the Pirelli Stadium on Friday evening. The Brewers travel to Plymouth Argyle on Saturday.
Finally, Barrera appeared as a 57th-minute substitute as Real Zaragoza went down to a 1-0 defeat at Racing de Santander in Spain's Primera Division on Saturday.