Queens Park Rangers have raided Tottenham Hotspur to sign Jermaine Jenas permanently and Andros Townsend on loan.
England midfielder Jenas has moved across London for an undisclosed fee and penned an 18-month contract with the Super Hoops.
Meanwhile, fellow Spurs star Townsend, makes a switch until the end of the season.
Jenas, 29, told QPR’s official website: “It’s great to be linking up with Harry again. Him being here was key to me making the move.
“I know what he brings as a manager and on a personal level, it’s an opportunity for me to play football.
“It’s no secret I’ve had some injury problems in the last couple of years, but this is a great opportunity for me to play in the Premier League – and hopefully keep this club where they belong.”
And 21-year-old winger Townsend added: “I worked with Harry at Spurs – he gave me my debut – so it was a no-brainer when QPR came in for me.
“Harry has brought me in to do a job for him. I’m confident in my own ability and I want to repay him.
“I live for pressure games. I’m looking forward to the challenge.”