Leicester City have completed the season-long loan signing of winger Nathan Dyer from Swansea City
Dyer has been restricted to a solitary Premier League substitute appearance for in-form Swansea this season and he will spend the remainder of the campaign at the King Power Stadium
The 27-year-old has made 271 appearances for Swansea and his impressive form last season saw him tipped in some quarters for an England call-up.
But this time around, Dyer has found Andre Ayew, Jefferson Montero and Wayne Routledge ahead of him in the pecking order for wide attacking roles.
Speaking to Foxes Player regarding his move, Dyer said: “It feels brilliant, the fact that the gaffer [Leicester boss Claudio Ranieri] wanted me to come here and play some football and help the team keep progressing like they have been.
“The facilities are amazing. I’m looking forward to getting started.”