MK Dons have signed Bolton winger Sanmi Odelusi on a one-month youth loan and have handed Darren Potter a new deal.
Odelusi, 20, made his Wanderers debut last season and has featured a further eight times this term, six of those appearances from the bench.
He scored twice in a League Cup win over Shrewsbury in August.
Midfielder Potter, who is currently out with an Achilles injury, has signed a two-year contract extension, keeping him at the Dons until summer 2016.
The 28-year-old has made 137 appearances since joining the League One club from Sheffield Wednesday in 2011.
Boss Karl Robinson told the club website: "He's been consistently one of our best performers over the past three seasons.
"If you look at peaking, the next two years should be the best of his career."
Academy quartet Brendan Galloway, Harry Hickford, Will Summerfield and Giorgio Rasulo have also been handed their first professional contracts at Stadium MK.