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Wall played three times for the Darts in his initial month-long stay, which expired at the weekend.
But the former Maidenhead striker has agreed to stay at Princes Park until March 16, during which time he could play another seven games for Tony Burman's side.
Wall's extended deal at Dartford comes three days after fellow loan striker Andy Pugh was recalled by parent club Cambridge United.
Dartford host Woking in Skrill Premier tomorrow (Tuesday).
They didn't play at the weekend and results elsewhere left them second-bottom, five points from safety with 15 fixtures remaining.
But with their next five league games all against sides in the lower reaches of the table, Dartford's fate is still in their own hands and Wall could be a key player during that time.
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