QPR have signed Hungarian playmaker Akos Buzsaky from Plymouth.
Buzsaky scored for Plymouth against QPR earlier this season
He has agreed a two-month loan deal ahead of a permanent move when the transfer window opens in January.
The skillful midfielder's Argyle contract was due to expire next summer and Buzsaky, 25, had indicated that he would not sign a new deal.
Buzsaky will wear QPR's coveted number 10 shirt, which has previously been worn by the likes of Rodney Marsh, Stan Bowles and Roy Wegerle.
"I am really looking forward to playing here," Buzsaky told QPR's website.
"The fans seem to be very appreciative. You know if you play well, they will really support you."
Rangers have money to spend in the transfer market because of a takeover by a group fronted by Formula One magnates Flavio Briatore and Bernie Ecclestone.
The Championship club are also hoping to complete the permanent signing of on-loan Birmingham striker Rowan Vine.
Meanwhile, QPR's new first-team coach Luigi de Canio has added fellow Italians Iuri Bartoli and Paolo Pavesi to his backroom team.
Former R's defender Warren Neill, who was on the coaching staff, has left the club.