Crawley Town have re-signed Crystal Palace goalkeeper Lewis Price on loan until the end of the season.
The 30-year-old Wales international had a spell with the League One strugglers earlier this season, making four appearances for the West Sussex club.
"I have worked with him before and know his capabilities," Crawley interim manager Dean Saunders said.
"He knows the club and how we work so it should be relatively straightforward for him to step back into things."
Saunders was forced to sign another keeper as Brian Jensen, Crawley's only senior stopper, is a doubt for Saturday's trip to Rochdale because of a thumb injury.
"It's been a very hectic last 24 hours trying to sort the goalkeeping situation out but we're delighted to have Lewis back with us," Saunders told the club website.
Price has won 11 international caps for Wales, with the most recent of those coming in October 2012.
The former Ipswich and Derby stopper has featured 16 times for the Eagles since moving to Selhurst Park in 2010.