Bradley Orr has completed his move to Queens Park Rangers from Bristol City and says it was an 'easy decision' to make.
The full-back has signed a four-year contract at Loftus Road after QPR agreed an undisclosed fee with their Championship rivals.
Orr is delighted to have finalised the transfer and is hoping to help the club secure promotion back to the Premier League.
"It's a great relief to be here, because I've wanted this move ever since I became aware of QPR's interest some time ago," Orr told the club's official website.
"It was an easy decision to make and that's not being disrespectful to City - I've just got a great feeling about QPR and the ambition that is here to achieve things.
"My No.1 aim is to achieve my lifetime ambition of playing Premier League football and I genuinely believe I can do that here.
"The whole place is geared up for success. The manager, the players, the staff - it's a club on the up as far as I'm concerned."
QPR boss Neil Warnock added: "I'm absolutely delighted to be adding a player of Bradley's quality to the squad.
"It's vitally important to have a strong back-line and Bradley gives us another option in that area.
"I've always thought he's one of the best full-backs in this division and he chips in with his fair share of goals too."