Sky Bet League Two outfit Plymouth Argyle have signed former Arsenal striker Zak Ansah on loan until the end of the season, the club have confirmed.
Ansah who currently plays for Charlton Athletic in the Sky Bet Championship joined last summer from Arsenal on a two-year contract but has failed to make a single first team appearance in that time.
He will join up with fellow Addick, 20-year-old wing back Tareiq Holmes-Dennis, who has been on loan at Home Park since February 5th this year.
Ansah had represented England at under-16 and under-17 levels, before he received a call up to Ghana’s under-20 squad for the 2013 under-20 World Cup in Turkey.
Plymouth currently occupy eighth position in the Sky Bet League Two table, one point off of seventh placed Newport County and 14 points behind the automatic promotion places and third place Wycombe.
The former Gunners star will be hoping to score plenty of goals and add to the 42 goals Plymouth have scored this season, which is the lowest total out of the top 13 clubs in League Two.
The club have confirmed that Ansah will wear the number 27 shirt during his time at Argyle.