Shaun Beeley has joined Sky Bet League 2 Bury on loan until January next year.
The 24-year-old arrived at Highbury in November 2007 and finds himself the second longest severing player at the club behind testimonial Nathan Pond. The England C international has made a total of 194 appearances for Town with just 5 of them substitute appearances.
The full-back has played 169 league games for the club coming through 3 promotions with Town being promoted to the Conference North, Conference Premier and into League 2, scoring 3 goals along the way.
The Stockport-born defender played in an 15 FA Cup games for The Cod Army, 4 FA Trophy games and 1 League Cup.
He missed 12 games last season through injury or illness these included games against: AFC Wimbledon, Chesterfield, Rochdale, Accrington, Northampton, Torquay, Oxford, Burton, Aldershot, Cheltenham, Rochdale and Bromley in the First Round of the FA Cup.
Manager Graham Alexander said the young defender is now one of nine defenders at the club.
“We have a very competitive squad and it is likely Shaun would not have started this Saturday. It is crucial any player keeps playing regularly and a beneficial enquiry meant Shaun is going to Bury where he will be looked after".