Queens Park Rangers have confirmed that goalkeeper Paddy Kenny has left the club to join Leeds United.
Kenny, 34, has signed a three-year deal with Championship side Leeds after an undisclosed fee was agreed between the two clubs.
The shot-stopper joined QPR from Sheffield United in 2010 for £750,000 when Neil Warnock was in charge, and the manager, now the boss of Leeds, has again moved to be reunited with the player.
"I've loved every single minute of my time at QPR," Kenny said. "It's been an incredible two years. Winning promotion to the Premier League here is an experience that I'll never forget, as was the rollercoaster ride of avoiding relegation last season.
"The fans have been first class and I can't thank them enough for their support - and for making a song about me. Everything is now in place for QPR to kick on and become an established Premier League club, and I really do hope that will eventually be the case.
"Hopefully I'll be back at Loftus Road as a Premier League player with Leeds United in the very near future."