One more deadline day deal agreed by Carlisle United was a new loan arrangement for one of their promising youngsters.
Defender Max Kilsby has joined Scottish League One side Queen of the South on loan until the end of the season.
Kilsby, 20, spent the first half of this season on loan at Annan and made 22 appearances and scored one goal.
He has now linked-up with the Doonhamers as they are chasing the play-off spots in League One and a return to the Championship.
Manager Paul Simpson told the official United website: “We felt this was a good opportunity for Max to continue his development.
“It’s a different type of challenge for him because he will be training with them full time which is something he’ll have to adapt to. They are chasing a promotion so it will be a good environment for him to go into.
“We will continue to monitor him until the end of the season.”
The North Shields-born 6ft 2ins centre-back started his career with Newcastle United as an eight-year-old and was attached to the Magpies for seven years before linking-up with Carlisle.
Queens boss Marvin Bartley said: “Max is young, but is highly rated and has been very impressive at both ends of the park during his time at Annan and played a huge part in them achieving promotion.
“He is predominately a defender but can play in various different positions which is a real benefit to us. Carlisle sent him out on loan to help with his development and have been delighted with his progress. I am looking forward to working with him and hope we can continue building his career in a full-time environment.”