Burnley winger Keith Treacy has joined Sheffield Wednesday on an emergency loan deal until the end of the season.
Republic of Ireland international Treacy moved to Turf Moor from Preston in July last year, penning a three-year deal.
The 23-year-old scored two goals in 27 appearances for the Clarets this term but has only featured five times since January.
In recent weeks, Ross Wallace, Junior Stanislas and Josh McQuoid have all moved ahead of Treacy in the pecking order for the wide attacking berths in boss Eddie Howe's starting line-up.
Treacy began his career with Burnley's local rivals Blackburn, where he played 17 times for Wednesday's near neighbours Sheffield United during a loan spell in 2009.