Carlisle have signed Everton goalkeeper Louis Gray on loan until the end of the season.
Gray began his career at Wrexham before making the move to Goodison Park, initially on a short-term deal, in September 2015.
He had a spell on loan with Evo-Stik North side Colwyn Bay but has since featured for Everton in their Checkatrade Trophy games against Notts County and Mansfield Town this season.
"He comes with excellent references and a very good pedigree," Carlisle goalkeeper coach Dan Watson told their club website.
"Having spoken to him I know that he'll fit in well with the dynamics we have with the keepers already at the club, and also within the wider group.
"Louis is really looking forward to the challenge and to working alongside Jack [Bonham] and Morgan [Bacon]."
Meanwhile, Carlisle midfielder Cameron Salkeld has signed a half-season loan deal to keep him at Scottish League Two play-off hopefuls Annan Athletic until the end of the current campaign.