SWINDON Town have completed a last-ditch deal on transfer deadline day with the signing of striker Theo Robinson on loan from Southend United.

The 30-year-old joins until the end of the season, with the deal subject to FA and EFL approval.

Robinson's arrival from Roots Hall was announced in the final few minutes before the 11pm deadline, and makes it three Town signings in total on the day.

Cameron McGilp penned a two-and-half-year deal after joining for an undisclosed fee from Birmingham City.

Fellow midfielder Kyle Bennett also arrives on loan until the end of the season from League One side Bristol Rovers.

Robinson started his career at Watford before loan spells at Wealdstone, Hereford United, and Southend United.

He then moved to Huddersfield Town in 2009 spending two years there, scoring 16 goals – his most prolific spell.

Since then, the 5ft11 striker has spent time at Millwall, Derby County, Doncaster Rovers, Motherwell, Port Vale and Lincoln City.

While with the Imps, he was part of their sensational FA Cup run that saw them get to the fifth round of the competition – he bagged five goals along the way.

Robinsons joins up with the squad tomorrow and is available for Saturday's League Two game against Forest Green Rovers.