Wigan Warriors centre Josh Charnley has agreed a month's loan deal at Hull KR.
The 19-year-old, who is yet to record a first-team appearance for Warriors, impressed during their Valvoline Cup campaign this season.
Hull KR boss Justin Morgan told the club's website: "We're carrying a few injuries at the moment and Josh will provide another option."
Wigan head coach Michael Maguire added: "He is a player with a promising future and it is a good move for all parties."
Maguire continued: "This is a great opportunity for Josh to gain some vital match experience at another Super League club."
Charnley, who scored hat-tricks against Harlequins and St Helens in the Cup competition, could start for Rovers against Leeds on Friday.
The Craven Park club are currently missing Chev Walker, Jake Webster, Michael Ratu and Kris Welham who are all out with injuries.