Peterborough United have moved to ease their goalkeeping worries with the loan capture of Huddersfield Town shot-stopper Paul Rachubka.
Posh approached Saturday's game against LincolnCity with injury doubts surrounding both Mark Tyler and Luke McShane, but Rachubka has now arrived on an emergency seven-day loan with a view to a permanent move.
After sending Rachubka on his way, Terriers boss Peter Jackson explained the switch to The Posh was a perfect chance for the keeper to get some first-team football under his belt.
"This is a fantastic chance for Rabs to get some first-team football, which is definitely what he needs at this point in his career," Jackson told the club's official website.
"As for whether the move will become permanent come January, we'll have to wait and see how things go for us, Peterborough and of course, Rabs."
Meanwhile, Ben Turner and Liam Davis have both returned to Coventry City after their loans spells at London Road expired.