Leyton Orient have signed Leeds goalkeeper Paul Rachubka on a month-long loan deal as cover for the injured Marek Stech.
Rachubka, 30, is an ex-England Under-20 shot-stopper who has played six games for Leeds this season and spent loan spells at Tranmere Rovers.
He will remain with the O's until 6 April and is available for the League One game against Wycombe on Tuesday.
The ex-Man United trainee will be the fifth O's goalkeeper used this term.
Stech was brought in after Lee Butcher ruptured a cruciate ligament against Scunthorpe, but the West Ham custodian managed just two games before suffering an ankle injury.
Orient have been without Jamie Jones, who made 42 appearances last season, since August after he suffered a laberal tear in his shoulder.
Meanwhile, on-loan midfielder Soloman Taiwo has failed in his appeal to overturn a three-game suspension after being sent off for a two-footed tackle on Florent Cuvelier in Saturday's 1-1 draw with Walsall.
The Cardiff player will miss Tuesday's game at Wycombe in addition to fixtures against Tranmere and Brentford.