Boston have taken Brighton & Hove Albion goalkeeper Michel Kuipers back on loan.
The Dutch shot-stopper turned out for The Pilgrims at the end of last year as he made his way back from a long-term injury problem.
Kuipers will now go back to York Street to join Steve Evans' side for another month after falling out of the first team picture at Championship strugglers Brighton.
Seagulls manager Mark McGhee has frozen Kuipers out of the action after being impressed by Wayne Henderson after he arrived from Aston Villa.
With the Irishman now ahead of Kuipers in the pecking order, the Dutchman will drop back down to League Two in search of regular action.
Boston boss Evans needed a new goalkeeper after Leicester City recalled the services of Conrad Logan, and Kuipers will now fill the void.