Ravel Morrison has moved to Championship promotion chasers QPR on a 93-day loan deal, reports The Daily Mirror.
The former Manchester United youngster makes the move from West Ham, who signed the 21-year-old in January 2012.
The England under 21 player has made 21 appearances for the Hammers this term, scoring three times.
The deal could be completed in time for Morrison to make his debut against Charlton on Saturday.
Speaking to the official QPR website, Morrison said: " I just want to help QPR get to the Premier League - that's my only objective during my time here. All I want to do is play football. I just want to show everyone what I can do week in, week out."
The youngster was tipped by Sir Alex Ferguson to be successful at West Ham. If QPR make the playoffs, the deal is long enough that Morrison can still make an impact.
Harry Redknapp's side certainly require a spark from somewhere with QPR having slumped to third in the Championship following Sunday's 3-1 defeat to Reading at Loftus Road - in which the Rs failed to capitalise on the Royals going down to 10 men - and Derby's 1-0 win over Sheffield Wednesday on Tuesday night.
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