Cottage veteran seals Rovers switch
Fulham captain Danny Murphy has completed his move to Championship side Blackburn after penning a two-year contract.
The 35-year-old returns to the north-west, where he previously played for Liverpool and Crewe, having also spent time at Charlton and Tottenham before his move to Craven Cottage.
QPR's former Cottagers boss Mark Hughes was thought to be lining up a late raid to hijack Rovers' offer, but Murphy opted to make the switch to Ewood Park to try and help the club make an instant return to the Premier League.
"Being able to bring Danny on board is a massive boost for everyone and I couldn't be more delighted," manager Steve Kean told the Rovers' website.
"His record is there for all to see. He is a model professional, who has a real hunger to keep on playing football and we are thrilled he has decided to commit his future to us.
"This is a pivotal signing for us."