Tranmere Rovers have bolstered their squad for the remainder of the season with the loan addition of Leeds' Andy Robinson.
The former Swansea City midfielder was well down manager Simon Grayson's pecking order, making just six League One appearances this season.
Robinson helped Swansea win promotion in the 2007/08 season before joining Leeds on a free transfer, but fell out of favour following Gary McAllister's exit.
Tranmere are currently just one point above the League One drop zone and boss Les Parry is delighted to bring in a player of Robinson's quality.
"Andy is a classy player who has great vision, can score goals and create chances for others," Parry told the club's official website.
"His ability at set plays will add to what we've already got at the club and I'm really pleased to have him in the squad.
"I'm delighted with the contribution of our fans whose efforts have enabled us to bring a player of such high calibre to the club.
"I'd like to thank Leeds manager Simon Grayson for allowing Andy to join us on loan."