Leicester City have sent young goalkeeper Alex Cisak on loan to Oxford United in order for him to gain some first team experience.
Cisak has signed on a one-month loan deal after not playing for the Foxes yet this season, and the Polish youth international is keen on getting some games under his belt.
"Everyone has made me feel very welcome and I'm looking to do my best, hopefully get a game or two, and be involved in and around the first team," he said on Oxford's official website.
Cisak was a substitute in Oxford's conference win over Salisbury on Tuesday but hopes to break into the first team picture in his four weeks at the club.
The Pole signed for Leicester in 2005 as a scholar but has not featured in the first team, mainly due to there being seven keepers on the books at the Walkers Stadium.