Falkirk have signed Ipswich youngsters Shane Supple and Billy Clarke on loan for the rest of the season.
The Bairns have added two 20-year-olds to their squad
Goalkeeper Supple, 20, has made 36 appearances for Ipswich but has not featured in the first team this season.
Striker Clarke, also 20, has started nine games for the Blues this season without scoring.
Ipswich manager Jim Magilton said: "This is a great opportunity for the pair of them to go out and play league football at a high level."
Former Ipswich keeper Neil Alexander's move to Rangers had looked to give him a chance of returning to senior action.
Ipswich however, signed experienced Derby goalkeeper Stephen Bywater this evening to be the first choice at Portman Road.
Supple said: "I asked the boss if he could find me a loan club because I need to be playing first-team football and this is a great opportunity for me."
Striker Billy Clarke has played for Republic of Ireland at under 21 level and is a product of the Ipswich Town youth academy, making a big contribution in winning the FA Youth Cup in 2005.