Charlton have completed the signing of midfielder David Davis on loan from Birmingham City until the end of the season.
The experienced 28-year old becomes the Addicks’ third signing of transfer deadline day following the arrivals of Aiden McGeady and Matt Smith and the fourth of the January transfer window, which was kicked off by the arrival of Andre Green.
Davis made his Premier League debut for Wolverhampton Wanderers in 2012 before going on to make 61 appearances during his time at Molineux and made the move to Birmingham in 2015, earning a wealth of experience in the Championship with 194 Blues appearances to his name, scoring 11 goals.
Charlton manager Lee Bowyer said: "I’m delighted, especially so late on.
“He’s another player that’s going to come in and strengthen the squad. We’ve brought David in because of his experience. He’s played over 150 games in this division. He’s a man and he’s a winner.”
Director of Football Steve Gallen added “He’s a good athlete with a good attitude. He’s a big, strong boy. During January we were looking to add an athletic type to our midfield to go with what we already have and I’m pleased we’ve been able to do that.”