Jack Clarke has completed a loan move to Stoke City.
The 20-year-old winger is back in the Championship for the rest of the season having spent the last few months with Tottenham Hotspur.
He has met his new teammates today and has signed in time to be available for Saturday’s league trip to Blackburn Rovers.
Michael O’Neill said: “Jack is an exciting young wide player who will bring an added dimension to our resources for the remainder of the season.”
Clarke came through the ranks at Leeds and forged a reputation as a super sub in 2018/19, Marcelo Bielsa’s first season.
His performances earned a £10m move to Spurs in 2019 but he spent last season on loan back at Leeds and then QPR, where he remained on the fringes of the first team.
He made his Spurs debut from the bench in the Europa League this term and was used as a sub in last weekend’s FA Cup win at Marine.
O’Neill has already brought in winger Rabbi Matondo on loan from Schalke and left-back Rhys Norrington-Davies on loan from Sheffield United. All three could make their league debuts this weekend.
Stoke also hope to seal a deal for winger Alfie Doughty, who would then spend the rest of the season back on loan at Charlton Athletic.