Burton Albion have agreed a deal to extend Manchester City winger Adam Drury's youth loan deal until the end of the season.
Once the paperwork is completed, the 19-year-old will stay for the remaining 16 games of the League Two campaign.
The Brewers have also brought in Leyton Orient striker Michael Symes and Burnley forward Alex McDonald.
Symes, 29, joins for the remainder of the season while McDonald, 22, has signed a month-long contract.
Drury joined the Brewers on an initial one-month deal earlier this month.
He made his debut in the FA Cup against Leicester City and has made a total of four appearances so far.
Meanwhile, Burton have confirmed striker Justin Richards has had his contract cancelled by mutual consent.