QPR have continued their January spending spree with the signing of Wigan Athletic defender Fitz Hall for an undisclosed fee.
Hall, 27, has signed a four-and-a-half-year deal at Loftus Road and becomes the seventh player to join the Championship club this month.
The Hoops have already signed Patrick Agyemang, Akos Buzsaky, Matthew Connolly, Hogan Ephraim, Kieran Lee and Gavin Mahon as manager Luigi De Canio begins to reshape his squad following the recent investment by the billionaire Mittal family.
The club, who were taken over by Flavio Briatore and Bernie Ecclestone earlier this season, are currently 18th in the Championship but are just nine points off the play-off places.
Rangers have been linked with a host of other players so far this month, with Argentinian midfielder Sebastian Rusculleda and Birmingham striker Rowan Vine among their reported targets.
Hall told the club's official website: 'The ambition of the new owners really impressed me.
'They are successful businessmen and they want to bring success to Queens Park Rangers Football Club.
'I had a chat with Mikele (Leigertwood) and Dexter (Blackstock) and they both spoke in glowing terms about the club and the direction in which it is heading.'