Ipswich have signed talented teenage midfielder Jake Livermore on loan from Tottenham.
The Championship club have announced that the 19-year-old will stay at Portman Road until January, but Spurs state the deal only runs until 13th November.
Tractor Boys boss Roy Keane admitted on Wednesday that he had a target in his sights and has now sealed the swoop for Livermore.
The youngster has made two first-team appearances for Harry Redknapp's side and started the Carling Cup third round defeat to Arsenal at White Hart Lane on Tuesday evening.
Livermore, who played in Tottenham's pre-season friendly win at Portman Road, has also spent time out on loan at MK Dons, Crewe, Derby and Peterborough.
He joins fellow Spurs loanee Andros Townsend at Ipswich and goes straight into Keane's squad for the Championship game against Scunthorpe on Saturday.
Keane said: "He's a very good player, obviously with massive potential, like Andros. Hopefully he will come in and do well for us.
"I think we're short in that area of the club and we've got a lot of games coming up. It will give us more competition and we're looking forward to working with him.
"This was a player we've been interested in for the last four or five weeks, but we've had to be patient.