Leeds United have signed defender Paul Robinson on loan from Bolton.
The 33-year-old left-sided player moves to Elland Road on an initial loan deal that expires on 9 April.
Robinson has played 76 times for Wanderers, with 20 of those appearances coming this season.
Leeds boss Neil Warnock
told the club website:
"Paul is a player I have had my eye on for a couple of weeks. This gives us a chance to have a look at him with a view to next season."
Robinson started his career as a Watford trainee and signed for West Brom in 2003
before switching to Bolton on loan in 2009
and then making his move to the Reebok permanent the following year in a £1m deal.
He is Warnock's second signing, following the arrival of Danny Webber on loan, and goes into the squad to face Hull on Tuesday night.
Owen Coyle described Robinson as a "thoroughly model professional"
who "naturally has been frustrated at not playing".
He added: "This move keeps him match sharp and Leeds will benefit from his considerable top-flight experience."