Rocks bosses Jack Pearce and Robbie Blake have moved to bolster the club's midfield by snapping up AFC Bournemouth schemer Tom Dinsmore on loan.
Bognor secured the central midfielder's services after losing both Jake Flannigan and Doug Tuck to injury during the 2-0 BetVictor Premier Division loss at Enfield Town last Saturday.
Portsmouth-born Dinsmore, 19, joined the Cherries in 2012 and has worked his way through the development centre and academy ranks before penning his first professional contract after completing his two-year scholarship at the end of 2018/19.
He has trained with his new Nyewood Lane team-mates and now goes straight into the squad for the home game against Bishop's Stortford on Saturday.
Rocks general manager Simon Cook said: "We're delighted to have Tom with us and we welcome him to the club."
Meanwhile, Cook has explained that the canopy structure at the ground that was wrecked by Storm Ciara -- and led to the Sussex Senior Cup quarter final tie against Brighton being postponed -- has been made safe.
The Albion match now takes place this Wednesday, Februrary 19 and means the away trip to Horsham has been re-arranged for Tuesday, March 10.