Luton Town have signed Tottenham Hotspur defender Cameron Carter-Vickers on loan until the end of the season.
The 22-year-old has a vast amount of Championship experience, having had loan spells at Sheffield United, Ipswich Town and Swansea City in recent seasons.
He spent the first half of this campaign on loan at Stoke City, but was recalled by Tottenham earlier this month.
“I’m delighted with the signing of Cameron. He’s played 76 games in the Championship, he’s had four loans and I’m so pleased to get him," manager Graeme Jones said.
“He’s a local lad who lives in Essex and we were really close to getting him in the summer. He can play anywhere across the back four, with centre-half being his preferred position.
“Graham Potter is one of my best friends and I spoke to him about Cameron, having had him on loan at Swansea last season. He said the character he’s got is incredible, so I’m looking forward to working with him.”
Luton have also re-signed Irish midfielder Eunan O’Kane on an 18-month deal from Leeds United.
The 29-year-old joined the Hatters on loan last season, but suffered a horrific leg break in only his third game for the club.
“When I arrived here I immediately fell in love with the place. I did feel a part of the group last year," O'Kane said.
“The club have always been in contact with me, checking how I am. There have been multiple conversations about coming back in different windows, so it’s good to finally be in a position where I’m close to playing, hopefully, and be able to make it happen.”
Carter-Vickers and O'Kane are Luton's second and third signings of the window after the arrival of young defender Peter Kioso earlier this month.