Millwall have completed the loan signing of Queens Park Rangers striker Rob Hulse.
The thirty-three year old has joined on loan until the end of the season, with the option of making the move permanent in the summer.
Hulse joins Anton Ferdinand in leaving the Premier League side today, with Manager Harry Redknapp staging a mass clearout after their embarassing 4-2 home loss to League 1 side MK Dons on Saturday.
The forward goes straight into the Lions squad for their game at inform Barnsley this evening at Oakwell.
He has already spent time on loan in the Championship this season at local rivals Charlton Athletic, where he scored three goals in fifteen games for the Addicks.
News of Hulse’s arrival at the New Den, comes after they sold striker Darius Henderson last week to Nottingham Forest.
The Lions are also interested in Reading striker Simon Church, with talks still ongoing with the player.