Dundee United midfielder Greg Cameron has joined First Division side Partick Thistle on a month's loan.
Cameron made his Scotland under 21 debut last week
The Scotland under 21 international has featured twice for the Tannadice side this season before undergoing hernia surgery.
Jags boss Ian McCall was delighted to bring the player to Firhill.
"I gave him his debut as a 16-year-old at United so I know what he can bring, he's a big strong lad and he'll get good experience here," he said.
19-year-old Cameron made his under 21 debut in last week's 4-0 friendly defeat to Holland.
But with the Tangerines performing well after the first quarter of the season, Cameron's first-team opportunities at Tannadice may be limited.
McCall hopes this could mean the loan is extended.
"Who knows, if United continue to do well, we may look into making it longer than a month," McCall told BBC Sport.
"I have no doubt that Greg will go on to become a regular in the first-team at Tannadice.
"But he needs to play regular football and he can get that here and it doesn't get much more competitive than the First Division."