Wycombe Wanderers have signed midfielder Martin Rowlands on a three-month loan deal from Premier League new boys QPR.
The 32-year-old, five time caooed Republic of Ireland international started his career with the Chairboys but never featured for the first team and left for Farnborough in 1997 where he spent a season before a five year spell with Brentford.
After joining QPR’s in 2003, Rowlands is the longest serving player at Loftus Road but has made just one appearance this season, in the League Cup after being left out of manager Neil Warnock’s 25 man Premier League squad.
Rowlands told Wanderer’s official website wwfc.com:
“I’m happy to be signing for the club,”
“I haven’t played as much as I’d have liked in the last couple of years so I’m delighted Gary has given me this opportunity.
“I’m here until December so hopefully I can have an influence and help push the club on.”
Rowlands fitness permitting will face Walsall at Adams Park on Saturday 8th October.