5:05pm Friday 10th January 2014
By David Pritchard
OXFORD United have brought in Jonathan Henly on loan from Reading to act as goalkeeping cover for the next month.
The 19-year-old signed in time to be included in the squad for tomorrow's game against Portsmouth at the Kassam Stadium.
United needed to make a move due to Max Crocombe, who is normally Ryan Clarke's deputy, picking up a shoulder injury.
A specialist has advised the New Zealand under 20 international to rest while it heals, while goalkeeping coach Wayne Brown, who is still registered as a player, is still recovering from a broken ankle.
Henly has not played a senior game for Reading, but spent time on loan at Aldershot earlier this season.
He made one appearance for the Shots, a 1-1 Skrill Premier draw against Chester in November.
The Scot is the second signing United have sealed today, following Nicky Wroe's arrival this morning.
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