Yeovil have signed two goalkeepers just hours before their clash with Burnley.

Chris Dunn, a free agent after departing Coventry on Friday, has penned a one-year deal while Manchester United's Sam Johnstone has arrived on a three-month loan.

The Glovers spent the week searching for new shotstoppers after number one Marek Stech broke a finger in two places and is set for three months on the sidelines.

A midweek move for Wolves' Wayne Hennessey fell through but Gary Johnson tied up the double deal in time for the trip to Turf Moor.

Dunn, 25, had spent the last two years with the Sky Blues, making six appearances, while 20-year-old Johnstone finished last season on loan with Walsall having previously been borrowed by Oldham and Scunthorpe.