HUDDERSFIELD Town striker Jimmy Spencer is set for a quick return to Yorkshire after joining League I Brentford on loan.
The Bees visit Doncaster on Saturday, with boss Uwe Rosler ready to pitch the 20-year-old (pictured) straight into action.
The West London club, who host Coventry next Tuesday, were keen to bring in cover because of an injury to Moroccan star Farid El Allagui.
The initial deal for Spencer runs until November 21, although Town can recall the academy product after his first 28 days at Griffin Park.
The Leeds-born player has made one start, at Preston in the Capital One Cup, and one substitute appearance, in the Championship opener at Cardiff, for Town this season.
Contracted at the John Smith’s Stadium until 2014, he has previously had loan spells at Northwich Victoria, Morecambe and Cheltenham.
Town boss Simon Grayson said: “We’ve looked at the squad and although Jimmy has been on the bench we have options available.
“This move allows him to get some games at the top end of a good division in League I and it’s a good opportunity for him.
“I know Uwe Rosler really well and his team plays in a certain way, so it’s all part of Jimmy’s development.
“We could have kept him here, but I think the time has come where he needs to go and get games.