Plymouth have secured the signing of Tottenham goalkeeper David Button on a season-long loan.
Button adds competition for the club's number one jersey, with French veteran Romain Larrieu also in the ranks at Home Park.
Plymouth boss Peter Reid had been looking to land Birmingham stopper Colin Doyle, but with the deal appearing to be a non-starter, he swooped to sign Button.
"I have spoken to Harry (Redknapp) about him and Tony Parks, the goalkeeping coach, and he comes highly recommended," Reid told the club's official website.
"He has been away on tour with Tottenham and played games so I'm delighted to have him. He is competition for Romain in the nets."
On the failed attempt to sign Doyle, Reid added: "I would have liked to bring in Doyle as well but circumstances meant I couldn't - I wanted to have three. He is a really good goalkeeper but that's the way it goes."