The loan by Coventry City of defender Kevin Malaga to Nuneaton Town has gone through.
The Frenchman, joined City in the summer but has been told that he is not in the plans of new manager Mark Robins.
Malaga played well in his pre-season games for City and against Sheffield United at the Ricoh Arena where he was unlucky not to score. However, the City boss who has seen him in training and in three U21 matches, has put him on the transfer list and allowed the former Nice player to go to the Conference side for a month's loan.
Nuneaton, on the other hand, are quite delighted to get someone of Malaga's ability and Nuneaton boss Kevin Wilkin told BBC Coventry & Warwickshire: "Sometimes when a player comes to a club it doesn't work out initially.
"Joining Boro will give Kevin the opportunity to play in a tough and competitive league against some real quality players."