Boston United have secured keeper Michel Kuipers' services on loan until the end of the season.
Kuipers joined The Pilgrims on loan last month, but will now remain at York Street until the conclusion of the current campaign.
Brighton have the option of recalling the 31-year-old at 24-hours' notice meaning Boston boss Steve Evans has emergency options available.
"Michel has proved to be a great signing for us and to have him here until the end of the season is fantastic news," said Evans.
"Brighton now have a 24-hour recall clause on Michel. This is something that we have taken into consideration.
"We have one or two other options in respect of goalkeepers, should an emergency happen down at Brighton and Michel has to be recalled."
Meanwhile, Brighton's Mark McCammon will stay with Bristol City until the season's end after his loan was extended.
McCammon's appearances have been hampered by a back injury and illness, but manager Gary Johnson is happy to have him on board.
"We've got him until May 6 on a pay-as-you-play basis," Johnson told the club's official website.
"I think the new deal is right and now we've got more time to look at Mark in action, as long as he stays fit."