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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The 29-year-old also took part in light training during the week and is expected to be assessed ahead of the showdown with the Potters.
"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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