Wolves keeper Ikeme joins Doncaster Rovers

Leeds United v Middlesborough.. Leeds striker Ross McCormack fails to beat Boro keeper Carl Ikeme....13th August 2011.... Picture by Simon Hulme
Leeds United v Middlesborough.. Leeds striker Ross McCormack fails to beat Boro keeper Carl Ikeme....13th August 2011.... Picture by Simon Hulme

GOALKEEPER Carl Ikeme is the latest loan arrival at the Keepmoat Stadium.

The 25-year-old has joined Doncaster from Wolverhampton Wanderers on a two-month deal - becoming Rovers’ sixth loan signing of the season.

Ikeme is likely to displace Neil Sullivan from the starting eleven at Barnsley a week on Saturday, while Gary Woods continues to nurse a shoulder injury.

He recently signed a new contract at Wolves keeping him at Molineux till 2015, but his chances at the Premier League side have been restricted by the form of Wayne Hennessey.

Earlier this season Ikeme impressed on loan at Middlesbrough, while he has also had temporary spells at Sheffield United, QPR and Leicester City.

Ikeme is the latest temporary recruit to arrive at the Keepmoat, following in the footsteps of Milan Lalkovic, Jon Parkin, Ryan Mason, Herita Ilunga and Chris Kirkland.