Queens Park Rangers have brought in Plymouth Argyle midfielder Akos Buzsaky on a two-month loan deal.
The Hungary international is out of contract at Home Park at the end of the season and has been allowed to leave on loan by manager Ian Holloway.
He has made 11 Championship appearances this season and has impressed for The Pilgrims since joining the club from Porto in January 2005.
Buzsaky becomes new QPR boss Luigi De Canio's first signing and he is expected to make his debut against Hull City on Saturday.
The schemer is relishing the opportunity to play at Loftus Road and is hoping to figure in the weekend's Championship fixture.
"I am really looking forward to playing here," Buzsaky told the club's official website.
"It is a nice honour to be handed the No.10 shirt, but for me it is more important how you play rather than the shirt you wear.
"I haven't played a full match for three weeks, so I am excited at the prospect of playing against Hull City on Saturday."
Meanwhile, QPR youngster Kieron St Aimie, who has made one first-team appearance, has joined Blue Square Premier side Oxford on a two-month loan.