Championship side AFC Bournemouth have signed Jack Collison from West Ham United on a one-month loan deal, Sky Sports understands.
The midfielder has played just six minutes of league football this term, with most of his first team football coming in the league cup, where he played the full ninety minutes in victories over Cheltenham Town and Cardiff City.
Collison has been with the Hammers since turning professional in 2007, racking up almost a hundred league appearances and scoring eleven goals.
He follows in the footsteps of Rio Ferdinand and Jermaine Defoe, both of which had brief spells at Dean Court during their time with West Ham.
The Cherries are currently tenth in the second tier, having won four and lost four of their opening nine games, and Collision could make his debut in Tuesday evening’s match against Leeds United at Elland Road, where Eddie Howe’s men are priced at 16/5 to take all three points.