The 22-year old Luton Town youth graduate is predominantly a right-winger but can also play in central midfield and even on the left.
“I’ve looked at Rob before,” Dean Holdsworth told the clubs official website. “He’s had League Two success at Stevenage, and this gives me a good chance to look at him over the next month and give him some game time.”
Sinclair made 14 starts for Stevenage last season, plus a further 13 substitute appearances, as they won promotion to League One. Previously, he had enjoyed a successful loan spell at Salisbury City which, upon his release from Luton Town, became a permanent move. He joined Stevenage in the summer of 2010 but missed the first part of the 2011-12 season with a groin injury.
Sinclair is in the Shots’ squad for tonight’s re-arranged League Two fixture against Crawley Town.