Fulham have brought in goalkeeping back-up in the guise of Jan Lastuvka.

The Czech Republic keeper has joined The Cottagers on a season-long loan deal from Shakhtar Donetsk.

Lastuvka arrives from the Ukrainian side with a view to a permanent deal if he impresses during his campaign with the Premiership side.

The 24-year-old is likely to provide the competition for Antti Niemi, who is currently first choice at Craven Cottage.

Meanwhile, Chris Coleman has allowed fellow keeper Tony Warner to stay on loan at Leeds United until January.

Coleman has also terminated the contract of Czech shot-stopper Jaroslav Drobny, who joined the club last summer from Panionios, but failed to make an appearance for Fulham.