Wycombe Wanderers have signed midfielder Martin Rowlands on a three-month loan deal from QPR.
The 32-year-old former Republic of Ireland international started his career with the Chairboys but never featured for the first team and left for Farnborough in 1997.
Rowlands is QPR's longest-serving player, having joined in 2003, but has made just one appearance this season.
He told the club website: "Hopefully I can help the club push on."
Rowlands played under Wanderers boss Gary Waddock at QPR and the manager said: "He is a quality footballer and will offer more competition in midfield.
"To bring in a player of his quality is great for us and it helps that he already has an association with the club."