Huddersfield's out-of-favour striker Theo Robinson has joined Championship side Millwall on loan until December 11.
The 21-year-old has failed to start a league game for the Terriers this season, with the arrival of Alan Lee from Crystal Palace knocking him down boss Lee Clark's pecking order.
"The forwards we have at this club are all out and out strikers and there is no way we could have them all on the pitch at one time," Clark told Huddersfield's official website.
"Theo was becoming a bit frustrated at his lack of opportunities, so when Millwall presented him with the chance to play football it was important we allowed him to take it."
Robinson has scored 16 goals in 19 starts and 26 substitute appearances for Huddersfield, but Town chief executive Nigel Clibbens did not rule out making his move to the Lions a permanent one.
"Huddersfield Town and Millwall are both flexible with regards to where this loan move could lead in the future," he said.