Aberdeen’s Scott Wright has completed his loan move to Dundee.
The 21-year-old has become the Dens Park side’s 10th signing of the transfer window.
The winger impressed in the Dons’ 4-1 Scottish Cup victory over Stenhousemuir.
Striker Bruce Anderson, who is currently out injured, has been linked with a loan move to Dunfermline.
Wright said: “I am looking forward to going down there and getting started.
“I will hopefully come back a better player for Aberdeen. The manager has said to me that is the bigger picture.
“I speak to the manager regularly and we have spoken about me going out on loan. We both came to the agreement that this is the best solution for me just now.
“It will be different as I’ve been with the club since I was a young boy, but it will be a good experience for me and all part of my football education.
“You can always improve as a footballer and I will work hard at Dundee to do that.”
Dons manager Derek McInnes said: “I think it’s the right move for Scott at this stage and a great opportunity for him to gain experience which will be invaluable in his future AFC career.
“The hope is he’ll come back to us fully equipped to deal with the demands of our team.”