Wolverhampton Wanderers defender Keith Lowe is on the brink of sealing his second loan spell of the season with a move to Cheltenham Town.
The 20-year-old spent the majority of August on loan with Brighton but failed to impress The Seagulls and subsequently returned to Molineux.
Now Lowe will join the injury-stricken Robins in time for Saturday's League One clash with Huddersfield Town.
John Ward's side currently have eight players in the treatment room and will rely on Lowe to strengthen the squad at Whaddon Road.
Mick McCarthy's Wolves have announced that Lowe has been given permission to play in a Carling Cup second round tie against their local rivals West Bromwich Albion on September 19.
The young defender has also spent spells on loan with Burnley, QPR and Swansea City in his short career.