Nasser El Khayati is delighted to have signed for ADO Den Haag following a successful loan spell after having his contract with QPR dissolved.
The 28-year-old former FC Den Bosch, NAC Breda, Olympiakos Nicosia, Kozakken Boys and Burton Albion winger, joined Queens Park Rangers in 2016 but spent part of the season on loan in Holland.
He has since returned to the Eredivisie club on a three-year deal.
During his six months with ADO, he scored five goals to help avoid relegation.
Speaking to the club's official website, El Khayati said: "Finally I can pull on the green-yellow shirt again. I have experienced a great half-year at ADO Den Haag, I really bonded with all the players, staff and fans, so it was always my intention to stay here, but I was still owned by Queens Park Rangers.
"Fortunately, the clubs have come to an agreement. That I have signed for three years indicates that I really want to build something here. We can build some great things at ADO Den Haag in the coming years."
El Khayati the club's seventh signing following the arrival of Lex Immers, Bjorn Johnsen, Melvyn Lorenzen, Elson Hay, Bas Kuipers and Nick Kuipers.