Leeds have signed Manchester United's Republic of Ireland midfielder Liam Miller on loan until January.
The 24-year-old joined from Celtic in summer 2004, but he has struggled to make an impact at Old Trafford.
Miller scored from a free-kick in the recent Carling Cup win over Barnet but this was a rare start.
He is thought to have been one of the players singled out for criticism in Roy Keane's rant at his team-mates after United's loss at Middlesbrough.
Miller goes straight into the Leeds squad for Saturday's home game with Preston.
"I felt it was right to bring someone in because we need to make sure we are covered in midfield over these next few months," manager Kevin Blackwell told the Leeds website.
"We have a few players one card away from a suspension and if I lose one of them then my options are limited.
"Bringing Liam in allows us to cover midfield and also to freshen things up."