The Football League has confirmed that Swindon Town's transfer embargo has been lifted.
The League One side broke financial fair play rules last month when they spent too much on wages and fees.
Swindon chairman Sir William Patey told Sky Sports News: "We are now out of the embargo and the owners have made additional equity funds available.
"Paolo [Di Canio] has also been given some money to bring some loan players in."
Swindon host Sheffield United this evening.