Queens Park Rangers have completed the permanent signing of Hungary international Akos Buzsaky from Plymouth for an undisclosed fee.
Buzsaky has been on loan at Loftus Road from the Pilgrims since October and has now put pen to paper on a two-and-a-half-year deal.
The midfielder told the club's official website: "I'm very excited about the future. I have enjoyed the last two months and we're improving from game to game.
"The Rangers supporters are very passionate and they really want to see this club going forward and being in the Premiership, where it should be.
"I am sure, like me, they are looking forward to a new era."
Buzsaky has scored six times in his 12 appearances for the Rs, with the club's fans nicknaming him 'The White Pele'.
And while the midfielder feels he is not quite at the level of the legendary Brazilian, he is happy to have the fans' backing.
He added: "It's a little bit unrealistic, but when supporters sing about you, it shows that they are fond of you, which is great."