QPR have signed Fulham defender Zesh Rehman on a three-year contract.
Rehman struggled to hold down a place in the Fulham defence
The 22-year-old Cottagers academy graduate played just five times last season before spending four months on loan at Norwich City.
Rehman told the club website: "I went down to Harlington yesterday and spoke with (manager) Gary Waddock and I was really impressed with what I heard.
"He wants to help me improve and that's what I want. All I want to do is play; the money doesn't interest me anymore."
Rehman made 26 appearances for Fulham but lost his place to Carlos Bocanegra in the heart of the Cottagers defence last season.
He added: "I could have sat at Fulham and just been happy to pick up my wages but that's not what I am all about.
"This is like home from home for me having been at Loftus Road with Fulham.
"Now I'm looking forward to making my debut (against Southend) on Saturday where we'll hopefully pick up a win."