Liverpool full-back Paul Konchesky has joined Championship side Nottingham Forest on loan for the rest of the season.
Konchesky has endured a troubled time at Anfield since he was signed by former Reds manager Roy Hodgson from Fulham last August.
The 29-year-old had made 18 appearances for Liverpool this season, but has been unable to win over the club's supporters.
He has not made an appearance since Kenny Dalglish replaced Hodgson as manager earlier this month and had been linked with a return to Fulham.
However, Dalglish has now confirmed that Konchesky has opted to join Forest to boost the club's push for promotion to the Premier League.
Dalglish said: "Paul Konchesky has gone on loan to Nottingham Forest.
"It's an emergency loan and will also allow the lad to get some games in, and that will be to everybody's benefit - to Paul and ourselves."
Forest manager Billy Davies had been anxious to improve his squad before the transfer window closed and Konchesky could play in Tuesday's game away to Coventry City.