Leeds United's new manager Dennis Wise has made his first signing for the club following the capture of Reading keeper Graham Stack.
The former Arsenal trainee is currently down the pecking order at The Madejski and has been allowed to leave on a three-month loan deal.
Stack has made just two appearances for The Royals this term and was in goal for their 4-3 Carling Cup exit to Liverpool at Anfield on Wednesday.
The 25-year-old will now compete for The Whites' number one jersey along with Neil Sullivan and on loan Tony Warner.
Meanwhile, youngster Robert Bayly, who made his senior debut in Leeds' Carling Cup exit to Southend, has signed a two-year professional deal.
The 18-year-old is a Republic of Ireland youth international and joined Leeds from his home country after starting out with Cherry Orchard and Shelbourne.