Barnsley have signed Norwich City midfielder David Fox on a 93-day emergency loan, according to Sky Sports.
The 29 year old, who moved to Carrow Road in the summer of 2010, has barely featured for the club since the appointment of Chris Hughton as manager.
He was however a regular starter in their promotion winning 2010/11 campaign, and missed just ten games in their first season back in the top flight.
The former Colchester United man featured for just 35 minutes last season, making cameo appearances in the defeats to Arsenal and West Ham United.
The Tykes are currently second from bottom in the Championship having lost their last three games, and face a tough trip to third-place Leicester City tomorrow afternoon.
Fox is the second player to sign for David Flitcroft’s men in as many days, after they secured a deal for Stoke City and England goalkeeper Jack Butland yesterday.