QPR have signed strikers Tomer Hemed and Nahki Wells on loan for the rest of the season from Premier League sides Brighton and Burnley respectively.
Israel international Hemed, 25, has scored 33 goals in 108 games for the Seagulls since joining in July 2015.
Wells, 28, joined Burnley for £5m from Huddersfield last summer but has made only 10 substitute appearances.
"They're a nightmare to play against. I'm glad to have them in our squad," said QPR manager Steve McClaren.
"They're two very good strikers with great pedigree and experience."
Bermudan Wells scored 10 goals in 2016-17 as he helped Huddersfield gain promotion to the Premier League.
Hemed, meanwhile, has only featured in 16 league games since Brighton's promotion to the top flight in 2016-17
Rangers are bottom of the Championship table, having lost all four games and scored only two goals - the fewest in the division.
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