Middlesbrough have sent out two players on loan to fellow Championship clubs this morning, with Mustapha Carayol heading to Leeds United and James Husband joining Huddersfield Town.
Both players have just returned from other loan spells in the Championship. Husband made 12 appearances in the first half of the season for Fulham, while Carayol was at Huddersfield, where he turned out 15 times for the Terriers.
Speaking of Husband, Huddersfield head coach David Wagner told the club website: "From what I've seen from him during his loan period at Fulham, he has attributes that will work in our style."
Carayol, meanwhile, told Leeds's website: "I'd love to make my debut at Elland Road in front of the Leeds United supporters. I've played there before and I know what it's all about. It's a special place to play football."
Winger Carayol will spend the rest of the season at Leeds, while Husband's loan at Huddersfield is just for a month until February 6.