Kieron St Aimie has arguably the most exotic name in Sussex football.

Now the on-loan Lewes forward wants people to remember it.

St Aimie, or Kieron Lloyd Junior Minto St Aimie to give him his full name, scored his first goal for the Rooks in their FA Trophy defeat at Havant 12 days ago.

He hopes to add a few more in the remaining ten days of his loan, starting with tomorrow’s trip to Oxford United when he is expected to be back up front alongside fellow Barnet loanee Elliott Charles.

St Aimie played in centre midfield away to York, then left-midfield in the last two games against Mansfield and Torquay.

He has looked most effective as a striker and he is likely to be asked to play there again at the Kassam Stadium following the decision to allow Josh Klein-Davies to return to Bristol Rovers after his loan spell at the Dripping Pan ended.

St Aimie said: “I knew the situation with Lewes being second from bottom before I came and I am more than happy to try to help them.

“I don’t think they should be where they are. They got up to the Conference last year because they are a good team and they should stay in it.

“My aim is to do well here and then hopefully go back to Barnet and get in the first team.”

St Aimie started his career with Queens Park Rangers where he scored on his debut with a solo effort in a pre-season game against Celtic.

He had a loan spell at tomorrow’s opponents Oxford United in October 2007 before joining Barnet a year ago. He has made 13 League appearances for the Bees and was also loaned to Grays and Stevenage before joining the Rooks.

The versatile 19-year-old is happy to help out Lewes even though he is not playing in his best position.

He said: “I am quite versatile and I don’t mind where I play but I do prefer centre midfield. I like to get on the ball and be constantly involved.

“I am trying to make a good impression on the gaffer (Kevin Keehan). Since I came here he has been very positive towards me. He is a nice man to play under.”

So what about his rather extensive name?

Minto is part of a double-barrelled surname although he tends to be known as St Aimie.

As for the rest, he explained: “Lloyd was my dad’s name so he called me Lloyd Junior.

“It is a long name I know. St Aimie is a French name. My mum is from Dominica and they speak Creole so it is broken down French.”

Sam Fisk keeps his place in the Lewes squad for the trip to Oxford after impressing in the last two games.

The 20-year-old left-back was handed a surprise debut at home to Mansfield last Saturday after joining the Rooks from Hassocks.

It was a huge step up for Fisk, who has also played football in Australia, but he handled it well and then turned in an excellent display in Tuesday’s 2-0 defeat to Torquay.

Manager Kevin Keehan said: “Sam was a bit nervy at the start of his first game but I thought he did extremely well. He was composed, strong, is decent in the air and also has a great long throw.”

Fred Foreman, who is pushing for a recall to the starting line-up at Oxford tomorrow, scored a hat-trick on Thursday as Lewes under-18s beat Burgess Hill 4-0 at the Dripping Pan to reach the semi-finals of the Sussex Cup.

Sam Schaaf was also on target for Lewes who will now face Horsham at Broadbridge Heath tomorrow.