Young Hibs keeper Kevin Dabrowski has today joined Dumbarton on loan.
The 22-year-old Polish keeper joins the League One side until the end of the season.
It will be Dabrowski's fourth loan deal, having previously had spells with Cowdenbeath, Berwick Rangers, and Civil Service Strollers.
The 6ft 5in stopper will be looking to gain some more match experience, after spending the start of the season as no.2 to Ofir Marciano.
The Hibees today announced the loan signing of QPR keeper Dillon Barnes, which has allowed Dabrowski to head out on loan to the Sons.
Speaking to the official Dumbarton website, boss Jim Duffy said:
"It has been no secret that we need a goalkeeper on board and Kevin is an ideal option for us.
"Hibs have high hopes for him and feel that coming to us on loan can only help him push to become their first-choice keeper. He'll be an important player for us during his stay.
"We of course need to continue to add to our squad and work remains ongoing on this front. Bit by bit, we are getting there as the new season draws closer."
A good move for "Kevin".
He is well thought of at Easter Road and has future Hibs No.1 written all over him.
Another loan deal should help him develop even more.
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