Bury have made a double swoop on The Championship, signing Wolves' Lewis Gobern on loan as well as securing former Burnley midfielder Marc Pugh to a permanent deal.
Gobern, 21, arrives at Gigg Lane on loan until the end of the season after a short spell at Blackpool earlier in the year.
The midfielder has made one appearance for Wolves' first team but can be recalled by manager Glenn Hoddle at 24 hours' notice should he be needed by the Championship club.
Pugh, meanwhile, has been training with the League Two outfit for a number of weeks and impressed during two recent reserve games for The Shakers.
The 19-year-old also spent time on work experience with Kidderminster Harriers where he scored one goal in seven appearances for the Conference side.
Also joining Chris Casper's (pictured) side is Blackpool winger Jamie Burns and Sheffield United striker Ian Ross, but Jon Newby has been allowed to go out on loan to Kidderminster Harriers.
Manchester City goalkeeper Kasper Schmeichel has extended his loan deal with The Shakers by a further month, while Preston North End's Joe Anyinsah has ended his loan with The Shakers and returned to Deepdale.