West Brom have confirmed the signing of Northern Ireland goalkeeper Lee Camp as cover for injured No 1 Ben Foster.
The 29-year-old has joined on what the club describe as a “rolling monthly contract until January.”
The former Nottingham Forest, Derby and Norwich shot-stopper will provide back-up for Wales international Boaz Myhill while Foster recovers from a stress fracture to his foot.
Foster is expected to be back in around 12 weeks.
Goalkeeping coach Dean Kiely said: “Lee will bring experience and authority to the goalkeeping department.
“We have acted quickly in the wake of Ben’s injury and made a really good signing.
“Lee comes with a strong pedigree, having played at a high level both domestically and internationally.
“He ticked a lot of the boxes we required when we began the search for another keeper.”
Camp, who will wear the No 12 shirt, made five appearances for England under-21s before opting to play for Northern Ireland, who he qualifies for through his Newtownards-born grandfather.
He was named Nottingham Forest’s Player of the Year for the 2009-10 season and also featured in the PFA Championship Team of the Year.
Camp has made 349 league appearances during spells at Derby, Burton, Queens Park Rangers, Nottingham Forest and Norwich and also has nine caps for Northern Ireland.