Sheffield United have signed defender Jack Robinson from Nottingham Forest for an undisclosed fee.
Robinson, 26, has joined on a two-and-a-half-year contract and is the Premier League club’s second signing in January.
Primarily a left-back, Robinson will provide competition for Republic of Ireland international Enda Stevens, who has played every minute for Sheffield in the Premier League this season.
“Jack’s got a great pedigree and he will make our squad stronger,” Blades boss Chris Wilder told the club’s official website.
“But he isn’t just coming in to make the numbers up, it’s a specific position in our system and we feel he is the best option for us at this time.
“Jack can comfortably play in a couple of roles and we’re delighted to add him to the group. He’s got a fantastic attitude and he’s ambitious to earn a place in the team.”
Robinson progressed through Liverpool’s academy and is the second-youngest player to make their first-team debut for the club, aged 16 and 250 days.
He made three league appearances for Liverpool and had loan spells at Wolves and Blackpool before completing a permanent move to QPR in 2014.
Robinson moved on to Forest in the summer of 2018 and made a total of 59 appearances for them in all competitions.
The Blades signed free agent and former Everton and Sunderland midfielder Jack Rodwell earlier this month on a deal until the end of the season.