Bristol City have signed Northern Ireland striker James Quinn on a month's loan from Peterborough, with a view to a permanent move.
The 30-year-old had joined Posh on a two-year contract in the summer after his departure from Sheffield Wednesday.
"James will bring us something we currently don't have at the club," boss Gary Johnson told City's website.
"He's six foot one inch tall, and very mobile. He can not only score goals but create them for others."
Quinn, who has won 40 caps for his country, has made over 300 League appearances for eight English clubs, as well as having a three-year spell with Dutch club Willem II.
Johnson added: "I wanted to sign him at Yeovil in the close season, but he needed to make a quick decision and Peterborough were on hand to snap him up."