Sheffield Wednesday have signed Hull City striker Matty Fryatt on a one-month loan deal.
He missed most of last season with an Achilles injury and has made just 2 appearances this season.
Fryatt started his career at Walsall before joining Leicester in 2006 and then moving on to the Tigers in 2011.
Sheffield Wednesday boss David Jones believes Fryatt will be the answer to their goalscoring struggles and says they will try to get him signed up for a longer loan spell if all goes well this month.
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