Canadian-born forward David (Junior) Hoilett is staying in the Premier League.
Queens Park Rangers inked the Brampton, Ont., native to a four-year contract on Friday after he didn't re-sign with Blackburn Rovers.
The 22-year-old Hoilett scored seven goals for Blackburn last season, but the club was relegated to the second-tier Championship after a 19th-place finish.
Hoilett's international future is less certain. He has yet to commit to playing for Canada and could opt to suit up for Jamaica, the birth nation of his father. He could also eventually be eligible to play for England.
QPR manager Mark Hughes, who was at Blackburn when Hoilett first joined the club, says his new signing is a player he knows well.
"He was just a young boy trying to make his way in the game when I had him at Blackburn," Hughes told QPR's official website. "It was difficult for him then because of work permit issues, but I had him training with the first team very early on because his talent was there for all to see."