Cheltenham Town have bolstered their attacking options following the loan capture of Crawley Town striker Guy Madjo.
The former Bristol City trainee has linked up with Cheltenham after bagging an impressive 11 goals from 17 starts for Crawley this season.
Cheltenham boss Keith Downing is hoping the 23-year-old, who qualifies for Cameroon, grasps his second chance at league football during his two-month stay.
"Guy has a very good scoring record in the Blue Square Premier and it is an opportunity for him to move up a couple of levels," Downing told the club's official website.
"He is a young player with bags of potential and he is eager to do well and develop his career. He had a chance with Bristol City and now he is hungry for another one.
"Guy is a player we have been aware of for some time but we also have some strong recommendations regarding his recent form."