Hungarian international midfielder Gyorgy Sandor has joined Plymouth on loan until the end of the season.
Gyorgy Sandor (left) with manager Paul Sturrock and fellow new signing Jamie Mackie (right)
The 23-year-old, who is out for at least a month with a knee injury, arrives at Home Park from Ujpest.
Sandor played 100 times for his former club, scoring 13 goals, and made his international debut in November 2006 in a 1-0 win against Canada.
"He brings a completely different type of midfield role to the team," Argyle manager Paul Sturrock said.
"I've seen him play under-21 football and a couple of people I trust have seem him in the past three or four months."
Both Sandor and the club will review their options at the end of the campaign.
He joins fellow Hungarians Peter Halmosi and Krisztian Timar at the Championship outfit.
Sandor admitted while his countrymen helped him make up his mind, it was his decision to come to Home Park.
"I decided myself. They just helped me when I arrived. I wanted to come here," said Sandor.
Sandor joined on the same day that Exeter City striker Jamie Mackie signed for the Pilgrims for an initial fee of £145,000.