Let's take a look at how Stags' loanees have been performing at their respective clubs...
Tyrese Sinclair, Radcliffe FC
The 18-year-old attacking midfielder has made fantastic progress since joining BetVictor Northern Premier League side Radcliffe.
He has become a vital component in the Boro’s squad, winning the club's player of the month award in September after registering two goals and three assists in his first five matches.
His impressive performances have continued into October with the youngster helping his side win three of their four league games this month, scoring once and assisting another.
His most recent goal came against Hyde United in a 3-0 home victory as he smashed home a penalty in the final ten minutes.
Tom Fielding, Ilkeston Town
The Stags' midfielder joined Northern Premier League Division One South East side Ilkeston at the beginning of this month and has already made a great impact.
The 20-year-old came off the bench to inspire a brilliant comeback on his debut against Sheffield FC as his side ended up 3-2 victors after being two goals down with little more than 20 minutes to play.
Fielding scored the first of Ilkeston’s goals with an impressive finish before going on to pick up the man of the match award for his display.
He has since made two further appearances, featuring in a 3-1 defeat to Bedworth United and a 2-2 draw with Frickley Athletic.
Jason Law, Leek Town
Versatile forward Law signed for eighth tier side Leek last week and it has not taken long to settle in at the Staffordshire-based club.
The 20-year-old opened his goalscoring account ten minutes into his debut as he clinically headed home from close range, helping his side to a 2-2 draw against Newcastle Town.
Aiden Walker, Leek Town
Central defender Walker joined Leek alongside Law and started in his side's encounter with Newcastle Town.
He will be hoping for another start on Saturday as The Blues welcome Chasetown to Harrison Park.
Both Walker and Law are set to return to Mansfield on November 03 following the expiration of their loan deals.
Lewis Gibbens, Boston United
The 19-year-old centre-half has had a steady start since returning to National League North side Boston, following a successful loan spell last campaign.
He has so far made five appearances, making his first start on Saturday against Hednesford Town but was unfortunately forced off due to a groin injury after just seven minutes.
The Pilgrims’ next match sees them host Blyth Spartans on Saturday.