Grant back at Stanley from Iron
Scunthorpe winger Bobby Grant has returned to Accrington on a one-month emergency loan deal.
The 21-year-old started his career at the Crown Ground and was the club's top scorer in his final season before joining the Iron for £260,000 in the summer of 2010.
Grant has netted seven goals for the Glanford Park outfit but 34 of his 62 appearances have come as a substitute and he spent time on loan with Rochdale last season.
"Bobby will be a great asset, with the balance he'll give us on the left hand side," said Stanley boss Paul Cook in a club statement. "He's been here before and knows the club, he's an attacking player, a goalscorer and will be a threat."
Grant added: "It's nice to be back. I had four good years here, got my debut at 16 and obviously the staff have changed but I know Paul Cook and (assistant manager) Leam Richardson and they're both very positive.
"That's the reason why I've come here. I'm just looking forward to playing games and hopefully scoring goals for Accrington again."
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