Derby County have completed the signing of Charlton's Kevin Lisbie.
The Jamaican international has signed a month-long deal and replaces Danny Graham - who returned to Middlesbrough after a temporary stint at Pride Park.
The 27-year-old has seen his first team chances diminish at The Valley and now Derby have beaten off a number of clubs to secure his signature on a short-term deal.
Lisbie, who spent time with Norwich earlier this season, is in line to make his Rams debut against Plymouth on Saturday.
Lisbie is unlikely to be the last signing that Derby boss Terry Westley makes before the weekend clash, with at least one other loan arrival likely.