Gillingham have signed West Ham midfielder Oliver Lee on a youth loan until March 18.
The 20-year-old, son of former England international Rob Lee, has been on trial at Priestfield for several weeks, scoring in a practice match against Chelsea's reserves on Tuesday.
And Gills manager Andy Hessenthaler believes the youngster has inherited his father's attacking attributes.
"He gets up and down. I've got to say, he's got good legs getting forward, he gets goals and he's all-action, a bit like his dad was and if he turns out anything like his dad then we've got a good player," Hessenthaler told the club's official website.
"He's got a fantastic upbringing at West Ham and I think he's been told that he's perhaps not going to get a deal there, so it gives us an opportunity to have a look at him, get him involved with us and a chance to get in the first team. So we'll see where that takes us."
Lee will go straight into the squad to face Port Vale on Saturday.