Several Conference clubs had been chasing the services of the 22-year-old but thankfully he decided on a reunion at the club where he had already served two successful loan spells.
Shots Chairman John McGinty told the clubs official website, www.theshots.co.uk, "It was a pleasure dealing with Jonny and his father in the negotiations and we did have to wait until the Chelsea match was played.
"Jonny has the heart and desire to come to Aldershot Town and be successful. We welcome him back to the club and hope that he can help light the place up as we enter an important part of the season."
Shots manager Terry Brown continued, "This is a great opportunity for Jonny to establish himself as a permanent feature in the team and to play every week. If he can do that then we will have one of the best strikers in the Conference league."
The club paid Wycombe Wanderers £6000 for the deal and Terry Brown said, "A significant part of the transfer fee came from the Supporters Transfer Fund and I am truly grateful to everybody that contributed to this."
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