Exeter City have completed a deal to bring Tottenham Hotspur defender Troy Archibald-Henville back to the club on loan.
Archibald-Henville spent the second half of last season at St James Park and made 19 appearances as Exeter secured promotion to League One.
He has now agreed a six-month loan deal to rejoin the Grecians, having featured in the recent pre-season friendlies against his parent club and Luton Town.
The youngster's arrival follows on from the signings of Richard Duffy and James Dunne, and Exeter boss Paul Tisdale is happy with his work in the transfer market.
Tisdale told the Express & Echo: "I'm pleased. I'm trying to get the right players. Time will tell how they do and I think they will be good additions to our squad.
"They are very well organised footballers who will be versatile and I believe will raise the level, the standard and quality of the squad and they are part of the building process.
"I have been very, very pleased with what I have seen of them so far and they will be very useful members of our team."