Reading goalkeeper Alex McCarthy has extended his loan stay at Yeovil until the end of the season.
The 20-year-old moved to Huish Park from the Royals last summer and has been an ever-present in the Glovers' side so far this term.
McCarthy, who has been called up to the England Under-21 squad in the past, has made 37 appearances for Yeovil as the League One outfit aim for a comfortable mid-table finish come the end of the campaign.
He has played in all-but one game for Terry Skiverton's side, and he only missed that fixture because of a sending off against Stockport back in September.
Reading have kept a 24-hour recall clause in the hot prospect's loan deal.
Yeovil's next game is an away trip to relegation-threatened Southend in the league on Saturday.