After moving on loan to the same league as fellow Town goalkeeper Max Dearnley, Roxburgh and his side Stocksbridge PSFC sit ninth in the table with 41 points.
A fast fan favourite, Roxburgh has kept three clean sheets and won two Man of the Match awards so far.
“Michael’s been bumped up a level after Christmas and has performed really well. I can only say positive things about how he’s performed. As you can see on social media, he’s making big saves, having big moments, keeping clean sheets and just doing really well.”
The 18-year-old midfielder has recently got himself into the first team at Harrogate Town, missing only five of the last 15 games.
Diarra has started in multiple positions for Harrogate Town, including on the left and right side of midfield, claiming one goal and two assists.
Unfortunately for the youngster, he suffered an ankle injury at Bristol Rovers earlier in the month and will require surgery to repair damaged ligaments. He is currently undergoing rehabilitation.
Nicholas Bilokapic – Hartlepool United
After making his Town debut in the Emirates FA Cup Third Round victory over Burnley, the Australian goalkeeper completed a loan move to League Two Hartlepool.metasports
Bilokapic is yet to make an appearance for his loan side, with Hartlepool only losing twice in their last 10 League Two games.
Matty Daly – Bradford City
After an impressive start to the season with League Two side Hartlepool United, Daly made the switch to Bradford City where he has gone on to make nine appearances so far.
Now managed by Mark Hughes, the young midfielder has scored one goal for the Bantams in a 1-2 victory away to Walsall.