Everton player, Yannick Bolasie, has been rescued by Middlesbrough to continue his career on loan.
Middlesbrough have seen the Everton winger as a great influence to help the club push their promotion back on track.
Bolasie, 31, has joined until the end of the season in a move that reunites him with manager Neil Warnock.
The DR Congo international enjoyed his best spell in English football at Crystal Palace, clocking up almost 150 appearances between 2012 and 2016 – including four months playing for Warnock in 2014.
“I’ve known Yannick for many years,” Warnock said. “I asked him if he could help us out until the end of the season and get some fitness in at the same time.
“We can’t expect wonders but he’s a good lad and he can play different positions for me. He’ll be good in the dressing room and it’s a big boost for us.”
Boro have lost four of their last six Championship matches, beaten 3-0 at home by Rotherham on Wednesday, to drop out of the play-off places before Saturday’s trip to table-topping Norwich.