Championship side QPR have made their third new signing of the day, making Plymouth midfielder Akos Buzsaky's loan move permanent for an undisclosed fee.
Buszaky, Connolly and Ephraim all joined QPR on Wednesday
The Hungarian international, 25, joined the R's on loan in October.
Earlier in the day, they signed West Ham winger Hogan Ephraim, 19, and Arsenal defender Matthew Connolly, 20, both for undisclosed fees.
QPR have already signed Watford's Gavin Mahon and Manchester United youngster Kieran Lee since the start of the year.
Ephraim has already spent three months on loan at Loftus Road earlier this season and has agreed a three-and-a-half-year contract.
Connolly, who spent the first half of the season on loan at Rangers' Championship rivals Colchester, also arrives on a three-and-a-half-year deal.
Meanwhile, Buszaky is thrilled to have made his move permanent.
"I have enjoyed the last two months and we're improving each game," he said.