Swansea City have strengthened their depleted squad with two new signings.
Defender Ijah Anderson has signed on one month deal and left winger Marc Goodfellow joins on a one month loan.
Both are expected to make their debuts in Saturday's home League Two game with Bury, where the Swans will be missing five players through suspension.
Anderson was released by Bristol Rovers last month, while Goodfellow has failed to win a regular place in Bristol City's starting line-up this season.
Anderson, primarily an attacking left-back, has played over 250 League games for Rovers, Brentford and Wycombe, after starting his career at Spurs.
Swansea manager Kenny Jackett had two initial enquires for Goodfellow rejected by Bristol City, but the 23-year-old told the club he wanted to move to secure first team football.
Meanwhile, the club has abandoned plans to increase the capacity of the North Bank at the Vetch Field because of "increasing costs and the time scale for the required work to be undertaken".