Everton can confirm loan deals for three of the Club's youngsters.
John Lundstram's spell at Championship side Yeovil has been extended until the end of the season.
And Striker Hallam Hope and defender Matthew Pennington have joined Northampton Town and Tranmere Rovers respectively - both for one-month spells.
Hope, 19, has netted four goals in 10 appearances for the Blues' Under-21s this term and joins struggling Northampton in League Two with immediate effect.
The Cobblers' current caretaker boss is former Everton midfielder Andy King but the New Year’s Day clash at home to Chesterfield was postponed.
In League One, 19-year-old Pennington joins Tranmere as they look to steer away from the dropzone.
As a centre-half who can also play at right-back, the Warrington-born youngster has made nine Under-21 appearances this term.
Pennington will also be eligible for immediate action when the Super Whites take on Wolves on Wednesday.
Lundstram has enjoyed a fine first month at Yeovil with six league appearances and his first senior goal.
With Shane Duffy also on loan at Huish Park for the remainder of the campaign, the duo will be hoping to help Gary Johnson's men climb out of the relegation zone - a challenge that continues at home to Watford.
Lundstram is also eligible to play in the Glovers' FA Cup campaign.
Keep an eye out on evertonfc.com for updates on how Everton’s loaned-out players fare.