Stevenage have made a third signing of the January transfer window - bringing in some competition for Dan Butler at left-back.

Nesta Guinness-Walker will be at the Lamex for the remainder of the season after signing on loan from Reading.

The 24-year-old, grandson of Sir Alec Guinness, started his career in the academies of Chelsea and Tottenham Hotspur and after a brief spell with Metropolitan Police in non-league, he signed for AFC Wimbledon before joining Reading in 2022.

Boro manager Steve Evans said: "We are delighted to get Nesta into the Stevenage dressing room. He is a young man with a fantastic attitude and great ability.

"He can play anywhere down the left-hand side of the pitch, adding a balance we have needed for some time."

Guinness-Walker follows MK Dons goalkeeper Craig McGillivray and striker Vadaine Oliver from Bradford City as their other winter signings.