Wolves winger Adam Hammill has joined Huddersfield on loan until January, although the deal is yet to be sanctioned by the Football League.
Hammill, who made his name at Barnsley before moving to Molineux in 2011, can play on either flank, and will challenge the likes of Sean Scannell and Danny Ward for a regular berth with the Terriers.
"It has been a little bit frantic! Me and the missus jumped in the car and have flown down the M62," Hammill told the Huddersfield official website.
"I'm delighted to be signing here. I want to get as much game time as possible and show everyone what I can do. "I just want to play football - that's all I've ever wanted to do. For whatever reason it hasn't quite worked out for me at Wolves, but I'm looking forward to my future now and working with some familiar faces and getting going.
"I've worked with Simon (Grayson) in the past at Blackpool and I know what he expects from me, so that was a big reason to come.
"I also know a few of the players - Keith Southern and Calum Woods - and everything I've heard about the club tells me it's a really good place to be.
"I've seen the way the team plays and that has caught my eye too."