The 27-year-old, who scored in his last outing for Wednesday in the FA Cup at Southampton on Saturday, is available for selection for Wednesday's Premiership clash against West Ham at Upton Park. Booth has already played in a winning team at the East London venue this season, coming on as substitute in Wednesday's Worthington Cup victory over West Ham in November.
The Huddersfield-born striker began his career at his hometown club, scoring 61 goals in 135 appearances, before making a £2.7m move across Yorkshire to Wednesday in July 1996. Goals were harder to come by for Booth at the struggling Hillsborough outfit, the 6-foot target man recording 33 from 140 games.
Andy Booth has completed the formalities of his one-month loan switch from Sheffield Wednesday and joined his new team-mates for training at Spurs Lodge on Tuesday morning.