Leicester City have loaned Australian fullback Callum Elder to Championship club Barnsley FC for the rest of the season.
Elder was previously on loan at Brentford for the first six months of the 2016/2017 campaign. The left back, who arrived in the UK as a 16-year old from Manly United, has been with the Foxes since 2013.
Elder has loan spells with Mansfield Town and Peterborough United.
The 22-year old told the Barnsley club website: “It feels great. It has literally come about really quickly over the last 24 hours as I have spent the first six months of the season at Brentford, but it’s great to be up here and I am really looking forward to getting amongst the squad and getting started.
“I don’t actually know Ryan personally but I have heard a lot about him as we are involved in the national team set-up, so that is definitely something I’ll speak to him about," the Olyroo said.
Barnsley manager Paul Heckingbottom said Elder was "ready for the Championship".
"He fits the criteria of everything we are looking for. He's a strong full-back who likes to operate up and down the channels."