Coventry City manager Micky Adams yesterday completed a busy final day before the closure of the emergency loan window by bringing one in and sending one out.
On the day it was confirmed that Darren Currie had signed on a month's loan from Ipswich Town, Coventry offloaded Wayne Andrews to Sheffield Wednesday for a month.
Since signing from Crystal Palace in the summer, Andrews has been sidelined through injury, and has only made three substitute appearances.
Although scoring the winner in the first of these on his Sky Blues debut at Barnsley, he has been allowed out to work on his match fitness. And, just as with Currie at Coventry, he will remain at Hillsborough until January 1.
But in the case of talented winger Currie, the nephew of Seventies legend Tony has also signed with a view to a permanent move. The 31-year-old Londoner, who had been a transfer target for Adams for some time, is out of contract at Portman Road next summer, having fallen out of favour under Jim Magilton this season.
He has started just six games since the summer departure of Joe Royle. But, like his uncle, he is the sort of player to ignite any crowd and is set for an instant debut against Queens Park Rangers at Loftus Road tomorrow.