Bristol Rovers have added two new faces to their ranks in the form of goalkeeper Conrad Logan and defender Danny Senda.
Logan, 24, arrives from Leicester on a one-month loan deal and Rovers boss Dave Penney has revealed he will start against Oldham on Saturday ahead of regular first-choice keeper Luke Daniels, who is also on loan from West Brom.
Senda, 29, arrives on non-contract terms having been a free agent.
The former Wycombe, Millwall and Torquay right-back has trained with Rovers for the past couple of days and is looking to reignite his career having struggled since sustaining a serious knee injury in 2008.
He also goes straight into Penney's squad for this weekend.
Meanwhile, chairman Nick Higgs has dismissed speculation that Rovers will go into administration even if they are relegated from League One.