Former Burton Albion winger Nasser El Khayati has left the Brewers' Championship rivals Queens Park Rangers by mutual consent.
The Dutch wideman made a huge impression at the Pirelli Stadium after joining under Jimmy Floyd Hasselbaink at the start of 2016.
He would go on to score 11 goals in 42 league appearances for Albion as he helped them to the League Two title and then to the summit of League One, before leaving in January 2016 to join Hasselbaink with the Rs.
His time at Loftus Road was less successful, as the 28-year-old battled for a place in the side, scoring once - an injury-time winner against Charlton Athletic - in 25 outings.
That was before he joined Dutch Eredivisie side ADO Den Haag on loan last February, where he rediscovered his form.
And after El Khayati's contract with QPR was terminated by mutual consent yesterday, he has now signed a three-year deal with Den Haag.
Meanwhile, El Khayati’s former Brewers teammate Jon McLaughlin looks set to sign for Hearts following a trial with the club.
The ex-Albion goalkeeper has reportedly agreed a contract with the Scottish Premiership side, according to the Edinburgh Evening News, and could yet be a part of their squad for Saturday’s trip to Motherwell.
McLaughlin was released by Burton in May following a successful three-year stint at the Pirelli Stadium in which he was Albion’s first-choice keeper for the League Two title campaign, the promotion into the Championship and the Brewers’ triumphant bid to secure second-tier safety last term.