Millwall have completed the loan signing of Wolverhampton Wanderers midfielder Jed Wallace.
The 22-year-old drops down a division to join League One side Millwall on an initial month-long agreement.
Wallace joined Wolves last summer after scoring 14 League Two goals for Portsmouth in 2014-15, but he has found first-team opportunities limited under Kenny Jackett this term.
Millwall boss Neil Harris told the club website: "Jed had an outstanding season in 2014-15, as he did the year before, which meant that a long list of clubs were interested in him last summer.
"He is certainly a player who we would liked to have signed permanently in the summer but Wolves won the race for his signature.
"We're delighted to get Jed on board. He has real ability, is a hard working boy, and is desperate to play football and score some goals for Millwall."
Wallace is in line to make his Lions debut away at Oldham Athletic on Saturday.