Leeds United goalkeeper Bailey Peacock-Farrell has moved to York City, initially on a 28-day loan deal, and the club's manager Martin Gray has been speaking to their official website about the youngster's potential.
Born in Darlington, Peacock-Farrell spent seven years at Middlesbrough's youth academy before joining Leeds in 2013.
Terriers chief David Wagner only signed the 26-year-old from Fulham in a £4million deal during the summer window to bolster his squad ahead of their first-ever Premier League season.
Peacock-Farrell was called-up to the full Northern Ireland squad in August and has also played in the Championship for Leeds.
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"He's been very highly recommended", Gray told yorkcityfootballclub.co.uk.
"He's big, 6ft 4in, and very athletic".
Peacock-Farrell is in line to make his debut for York against Leamington on Saturday having completed a move to Bootham Crescent this afternoon.
There is little chance of a breakthrough at Elland Road in that time so a prolonged temporary switch will surely be welcome if all parties can come to an agreement in due course.
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