Queens Park Rangers have signed Wolves full-back Matt Hill on loan until the end of the season.
Hill has made just three appearances for Wolves this term and has grasped the opportunity to play regular first-team football at QPR.
He is likely to be in the squad for Tuesday's trip to promotion chasing Nottingham Forest and the 28-year-old is looking forward to his stint at Loftus Road.
"Every footballer wants to be playing games and unfortunately I wasn't getting that at Wolves," Hill told the club's official website.
"QPR have given me the opportunity to do that here, so I am delighted to join.
"I spoke with Mick Harford before I joined, and the chat we had was certainly enough to convince me to come down here.
"I like to think I am the sort of player who is all-hearted, and always gives it everything when I play."
QPR also have Wolves goalkeeper Carl Ikeme on loan at the moment and manager Harford is happy to have added Hill to his squad.
Harford said: "I have actually followed him throughout his career.
"He's been at good clubs and is a really solid defender. I just felt we needed to strengthen the back four, and this is a quality signing.
"Matt is very aggressive and although he's not the biggest, he's very good in the air. He's a good talker and an organiser, which is what we need."