Notts County have sealed loan deals for Blackpool striker Daniel Bogdanovic, Wolves midfielder Louis Harris and Arsenal defender Nicholas Yennaris.
Bogdanovic, 31, has scored three goals this season but has not been a regular.
Yennaris, 19, has played three first-team games for the Gunners this term while Harris, 18, is yet to make a first-team appearance.
All three players have joined the League One promotion chasers until the end of the season.
Magpies boss Keith Curle said: "I've had a conversation with Daniel and there's a hunger and a desire there.
"He wants to play football, which is pleasing, and he wants to show what he can do on a football pitch."
The Malta international, who joined Blackpool from Sheffield United last September, had a loan spell with Rochdale in January.
Curle added: "I know before he said he had a bit of an attitude, that's gone.
"He's a changed character. He wants to enjoy his football and this is a great place to come and do that."
Harris signed his first professional contract with Wolves in March 2011.
"He's a young man who I think is going to have a career," Curle said.
"He has good ability, good talent, but not been given his debut at Wolves yet, probably because of the heady heights of the Premier League. "