Cheltenham Town have added another Hull City youngster to their squad with the signing of Jacob Greaves on a six-month loan deal.
The 18-year-old defender has agreed to join the Robins until January 2020, following in the footsteps of Tigers teammate Max Sheaf, becoming manager Michael Duff's fourth loan addition of the transfer window.
Teenager Greaves moves to the Jonny-Rocks Stadium for a temporary switch after signing a professional deal with Hull at the end of last season, with the Championship side managed by former Cheltenham midfielder, Grant McCann.
Having been with the Tigers since the age of eight, Greaves has turned out for both the Under-18s and Under-23s, now heading out on his first loan move away from the KCOM Stadium.
He is the son of former Hull midfielder Mark Greaves, who enjoyed a career that also included spells at Boston United, York City and Burton Albion.
The new signing is available to feature in Saturday's first home fixture of the season against Scunthorpe United, which you can buy tickets for by clicking here.
Greaves' home and away shirts are available for sponsorship, details on player sponsorship can be found by clicking here. Email Luke.Saunders@ctfc.com for further enquiries.
You can also catch Greaves' first interview since joining the Robins on iFollow tomorrow.