Ji-Sung Park has signed for Queens Park Rangers from Manchester United in a deal believed to be worth an initial £2m.
The 31-year-old spent seven years at Old Trafford, winning four Premier League titles and three League Cups at Old Trafford, but has signed a two-year deal at Loftus Road.
QPR manager has labelled the signing of the South Korean as a "real coup", while the QPR website hailed a "global phenomenon" joining the club.
Park added: "QPR is a Club with huge history and tradition, and a great ambition to achieve at the very highest level.
"The Manager has a proven track record at Premier League level and I am looking forward to working with him and the rest of the squad to help take this Club to the next level."
Park scored 27 goals for the Old Trafford club after he signed from PSV Eindhoven for £4m in 2005, having followed former South Korea coach Guus Hiddink to Holland.
Here's his career in pictures...
World Cup scorer v Portugal, 2002
Engineering a comeback v Milan, May 2005
Lucky 13, summer 2005
Debutant against Debrecen, August 2005
Number one: getting off the scoring mark at Birmingham, December 2005
The first of five against Arsenal, April 2006
Equalising at the 2006 World Cup against France
WIth best friend Pat, Amsterdam, August 2006
His season opener v Villa, January 2008
Rising for 1-0 against Charlton, February 2007
Ordering a double against Bolton, March 2007
Making it 3-1 against Blackburn, March 2007
Nodding it in at the Cottage, March 2008
Opening the scoring at Chelsea, September 2008
Capping off a prosperous display against Fulham in the FA Cup, March 2009
Striking the pose after making it 2-0 v Boro, April 2009
Silencing the Emirates, May 2009
Going missing against Barça in Rome
A third Arsenal goal
Misery for Milan, March 2010
Heading in the winner against Liverpool, March 2010
A third successive World Cup finals goal against Greece, 2010
Scoring at Scunthorpe, September 2010
Another League Cup goal v Wolves, October 2011
His most important goal; a stoppage-time winner against Wolves in the league, October 2011
Hitting the second of seven v Blackburn, November 2010
Szczesny's powerless as Park plants one past him, December 2010
Smashing the winner past Chelsea, April 2011
Dinking over Blackpool's Gilks, May 2011
Going missing for a third successive European Cup final, 2011
The final strike v Arsenal in The 8-2, August 2011
The final goal v Wigan, Boxing Day 2011
The final curtain at City, May 2012