Hibernian can confirm that young goalkeeper Calum Antell has joined East Fife on loan until early January.
The 20-year-old has been an ever present amongst the substitutes for the first team so far this season - as back-up to Ben Williams.
Last season the Welshman spent a hugely successful loan stay with East Stirlingshire and ended up being voted the club's Player of the Year.
Now Antell says he is looking forward to gaining further experience during his spell in Methil.
Antell said: "I've enjoyed being part of the first team squad this season, but I missed playing on a regular basis.
"So I'm looking forward to getting some game-time under my belt at East Fife and coming back in January as a more experienced goalkeeper."
Antell joins left-back Scott Smith, who has extended his loan stay by a further month, and centre-half Jordon Forster, who is loan until January at New Bayview.
Antell will make his debut against Stenhousemuir tomorrow at Ochilview Park (kick off 3pm) and Stenny's keeper is Robbie Thomson - son of Calum's coach, Scott.