Doncaster have secured a one-month loan deal for promising young Tottenham goalkeeper David Button.
The 22-year-old had been on loan with League One side Leyton Orient but was recalled to White Hart Lane and will now be stepping up to Championship level with Rovers.
It will be the 12th loan spell of Button's career, having previously spent time with the likes of Crewe, Shrewsbury and Plymouth Argyle.
Rovers boss Dean Saunders has moved to bring in Button after losing Carl Ikeme and Neil Sullivan to injury.
"With Carl Ikeme and Neil Sullivan both injured and having operations, we have been looking to bring in a keeper for the last month," Saunders told the club's official website.
"David is a good 6'3" experienced, young keeper who has played up to England U20 level and in the Football League. I would like to thank Daniel Levy, Harry Redknapp and Tony Parks for allowing him to come here for the next month on loan, for free."