Queens Park Rangers have signed Jermaine Jenas on a permanent transfer.
Jenas has signed an 18-month deal which will see him at QPR until June 2014.
Jenas suffered injury woes and was sent on various loan spells in the last couple of seasons.
The 29-year old midfielder joined Aston Villa on loan in 2011 but his loan spell was cut short to a mere 3 games after suffering a ruptured Achilles. After returning from injury Jenas joined Nottingham Forest on loan in September 2012 where he made 6 appearances during his 4-month loan spell.
Spurs signed Jenas from Newcastle United for £7m on deadline day in August 2005. Jenas made 154 league appearances for Spurs, scoring 21 goals. His finest moments in a Tottenham shirt came in the 2008 Carling Cup semi-final against Arsenal, scoring the opening goal in both legs of the fixture.
Earlier today Andros Townsend was set to join QPR on loan, but the deal collapsed minutes before the young winger was supposed to undergo his medical. According to QPR manager Harry Redknapp his loan deal did go through later on in the day.