Barnsley have signed striker Michael Mifsud, midfielder Andranik Teymourian and winger Adam Hammill.

Mifsud arrives on a loan deal until the end of the season from Coventry City. Barnsley were unable to complete a permanent move in time for the closure of the transfer window.

Mifsud told Barnsley's official website, "I must say that the signing of Daniel Bogdanovic was influential, a very clever ploy indeed. I look forward to playing with my Malta strike partner and getting the chance to play with Heinz again. I was close to signing a permanent deal, but I just needed more time to think it through and time was in short supply. I can't wait to get playing and help the team move forward."

Winger Hammill joins from Premiership giants Liverpool, also on loan until the end of the season. A product of the Liverpool academy, he has enjoyed spells on loan with SPL side Dunfermline and Championship teams Blackpool and Southampton.

Teymourian also arrives on loan until the end of the season. The 25-year old Iranian international joined Fulham on a free transfer in the summer of 2008 from Bolton.
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