Barnet Football Club are pleased to announce the signing of Ross Jenkins on loan from Watford.
The midfielder has joins the Bees with the likes of John Oster and Ricky Holmes out injured so he could play a crucial role in latter stages of the 2012/13 season.
He joined Plymouth Argyle on loan earlier this season and scored on his debut against Morecambe, a feat he will be hoping to emulate when the Shrimps visit Underhill on Saturday.
Jenkins, 22, made his Hornets debut on 12 August 2008 when he played the full 90 minutes in their League Cup win over Bristol Rovers.
He remained in the side throughout a cup run which saw them overcome Darlington, West Ham United and Swansea City before bowing out to Tottenham Hotspur in the quarter-final.
The midfielder has made 81 appearances for the Hornets and also spent time on loan with Plymouth Argyle earlier this season.
His time at Home Park was cut short through injury and after joining the Bees he revealed his desire to make an impact.
“I am very happy to be here and cannot wait to get out on the pitch and help the team push up the league.”
To hear more from Ross be sure to visit barnetfc.com tomorrow to read his first interview with the club.