PAUL RACHUBKA is back with Town and will play in Sunday's Coca-Cola League I clash against Brentford.
The 23-year-old keeper has signed on loan with a view to a permanent transfer after Charlton were given special dispensation by the League to invoke a 24-hour recall if necessary.
Town chief Peter Jackson said: "It's fantastic news and we're delighted to have Rabs back with us now when we thought we'd have to wait."
Rachubka, who has been on loan at MK Dons and Northampton, is certain of a huge reception from Town's fans after his role in the promotion push and shoot-out heroics at Cardiff.
"It's great to be back and I can't wait for Sunday," said Rachubka, who is happy to consider a permanent deal.
"That lap at the Millennium Stadium was amazing, so I can thank the fans for their support and hopefully play my part in another promotion push."