Swansea City boss Michael Laudrup says Roland Lamah will take time to bed down.
"He is a player we already watched before the season started," said Laudrup of the 25-year-old, who arrives on loan but with a Swansea option to make the deal a permanent one at any stage. "He is a player who is not a forward but who can play behind striker in all three roles and he has a lot of individual quality.
"He is quite strong and good one against one with a good shot, and is a player that can be very useful for us.
"We saw when Pablo was out for four weeks and Wayne Routledge was out as well we missed those characteristics a little so I think he could be useful for us and I think he will have a chance here."