The deal was initially completed on Monday, but red tape had to be got through.
But now the 21 year old can go straight into the Shakers’ side and boss Alan Knill is pleased with his acquisition.
"We have signed him now and he is available to play for us at the weekend," he told skysports.com.
"He will firstly bring us more competition for places, which I feel we have been lacking in recent weeks.
"However, he is also a really good footballer that can play in a variety of attacking positions, in the centre or on the left or right as well as just behind the strikers, so he will give us a lot more options in terms of team shape."