West Bromwich Albion have confirmed Gianni Zuiverloon has joined Ipswich on loan until 4th January.
Zuiverloon has failed to force his way into Roberto Di Matteo's plans this season and has moved to Portman Road on a short-term deal in a bid to get some games under his belt.
The right-back is in line for the Tractor Boys' biggest fixture of the season, with Roy Keane's men preparing for their local derby at Norwich on Sunday.
Zuiverloon, who will be ineligible to face his parent club in Wednesday's Carling Cup quarter-final, could tackle Hawthorns team-mate Leon Barnett, who is on loan at the Canaries.
The former Holland Under-21 international, who has been limited to three Carling Cup appearances this season, will be available for Town's league games against Swansea, Preston, Leicester, Watford, Doncaster, Coventry and Nottingham Forest.
West Brom can recall Zuiverloon after the first 28 days of his loan at the Championship club, who are three points off the play-offs.