Moses Odubajo has finally signed for Queens Park Rangers Football Club after he spent the entire month training at Loftus Road at the expiration of his contract at Sheffield Wednesday, intending to convince the QPR hierarchy to give him a contract.
The club announced via their website this evening that the 28-year-old has signed on a one-year deal with an option of a year extension.
“I have got to know the lads really well and it’s a manager who I have played with before, so the move just felt right,” the wingback told QPR.co.uk.
“The manager knows what I can do and he knows what I am capable of.”
The move means the former Brentford man reunites with his former boss, Mark Warburton, who is the coach of QPR.
Odubajo is a former England youth international, but he is still eligible to play for the Super Eagles according to FIFA rules.