Fulham boss Lawrie Sanchez has drafted in Tottenham midfielder Danny Murphy and Crystal Palace striker Shefki Kuqi on loan deals.
Sanchez made some late additions to his squad
Murphy has come to Craven Cottage on a year-long loan deal after falling out of favour at Spurs.
The former Liverpool player cost Tottenham £2m when he signed from Charlton in January 2006.
Kuqi has come in on loan until January to help fill the void left by Brian McBride, who has a dislocated kneecap.
He has made three substitute outings for Palace this season and only started in the Carling Cup first-round defeat at League One Bristol Rovers.
Kuqi moved to Palace after a season at Blackburn in the Premiership after moving to the Ewood Park club on a free from Ipswich.
Murphy has not featured at all for Spurs so far this season.
We can now concentrate on winning football matches and climbing the table
Sanchez told the club's website: "Danny Murphy is a proven England international player with great vision, experience and ability.
"He can split the defence with a single pass and can score goals so I'm delighted he's chosen to come to Fulham at this stage in his career.
"It's been a busy last couple of days with many deals being done but hopefully this concludes our business for the window and we can now concentrate on winning football matches and climbing the table."