Huddersfield Town have brought in Newcastle United defender Tamas Kadar on a one-month loan deal.
Kadar has arrived at the Galpharm Stadium to provide cover at left-back during the veteran Gary Naysmith's ongoing injury absence.
Hungarian youngster Kadar has made two appearances in the Carling Cup for Newcastle United this season and was on the bench for Saturday's shock FA Cup defeat by Stevenage Borough.
Terriers boss Lee Clark is happy to have signed the 20-year-old and is confident Kadar has a role to play over the coming weeks.
"He comes here having played in the Premiership and he is an international footballer, having gained his first cap for Hungary at just 20 years of age," Clark told the club's official website.
"I was still at Newcastle when he signed as a youngster and I worked with him there, so we know what we are getting.
"The thing for me was the desire the lad showed; he was on the bench for Newcastle in the FA Cup on Saturday, but he couldn't agree to the move here quickly enough and collected his boots from the Newcastle training ground on Sunday before travelling up to be our squad in preparation for Plymouth.
"He's in consideration for the Plymouth game, but we have to decide whether we start him or ease him in."
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