MK Dons have signed Blackburn Rovers goalkeeper Andrew Fisher on loan until the end of the season.
Fisher, 21, spent the first half of the season on loan at Northampton Town but will now see out the campaign at Stadium MK.
He's the Dons' fourth signing of the transfer window following the arrivals of Carlton Morris, Ben Gladwin and Louis Thompson.
“We went through a list of goalkeepers at the start of the month and he was the one that we identified and wanted. We’ve thought off a lot of competition to get him," manager Russell Martin said.
“He comes in with really good pedigree. Everyone I’ve spoken to about him, speaks really highly of him. I think he’s a good addition and he certainly strengthens our squad. He’ll be good competition for Lee (Nicholls) and our goalkeepers here.”
Meanwhile, managerless Cambridge United have agreed a deal to bring in Tranmere Rovers forward Paul Mullin on loan for the rest of the season, and Lincoln City left-back Ben Coker has also joined on a similar loan deal.