Millwall's Hayden Muller and Tyler Burey have been busy in action whilst on loan at St Johnstone and Hartlepool United respectively.
Burey, 20, scored his second goal in as many matches by netting the opening goal in a 2-0 Sky Bet League Two win over Walsall this past weekend.
The winger played 72 minutes in a more central attacking role for David Challinor's side, and Burey told the The Northern Echo of his "adjustment" to a new position whilst "learning" at the fourth-tier side.
"I am an out and out winger so I've been a winger from when I started playing football," he said. "I am more of a winger.
"However, I'm doing well playing as a striker so I don't really mind. I just wanted to do what I can for the team. It's just more of a learning curve playing as a striker but I don't mind because I'm doing well."
Muller, meanwhile, was an unused substitute as St Johnstone defeated Arbroath 3-2 on penalties after a 2-2 draw in the Premier Sports Cup, and also as Callum Davidson's side earned a creditable 1-1 draw at LASK in the UEFA Europa Conference League last week, but the defender did play 69 minutes in Sunday's 1-0 defeat to Dundee United at McDiarmid Park.
The Poolies now face a double-header against near-rivals Carlisle United, firstly in League Two this weekend before a Papa John's Trophy meeting three nights later, whilst St Johnstone will be hoping to advance in the Europa Conference League as they entertain LASK on Thursday night.
Muller and his side will then travel to St Mirren in the cinch Premiership on Sunday.