Wigan winger Olivier Kapo has completed a loan move to Boulogne, the French club have confirmed.
The former France international had been vocal in his desire to secure a switch during the January transfer window, with first-team opportunities proving hard to come by at the DW Stadium.
Kapo has now been granted his wish, with the 29-year-old leaving the Latics after making just 20 Premier League appearances since joining the club from Birmingham in 2008.
He hopes a change of scenery will help to reignite his career and is unfazed by the challenge facing him at Ligue 1 strugglers Boulogne.
"I want to fight as I did at Wigan," said Kapo.
"I can't wait to sense the smell of the dressing room and above all the smell of victory with Boulogne.
"I have the fortune that a top-flight team put out their hand to me and I seized it.
"Not knowing too much about the club, I found out about it by asking other players.
"They all only told me good things about it. So didn't hesitate long before signing. I really hope we are going to stay up. It's feasible. In any case, I'm really happy to be here."
Boulogne are currently 19th in the French top flight, three points from safety.