HARRY Redknapp has been reunited with Croatian playmaker Niko Kranjcar for a third time.
Rangers have swooped to bring the Dynamo Kyiv midfielder to Loftus Road on a season long loan deal.
Redknapp, of course, signed Kranjcar for Portsmouth and Tottenham Hotspur and is delighted to be linking up with the 29 year-old yet again.
Speaking exclusively to www.qpr.co.uk, Redknapp said: “Niko’s a crowd pleaser – he gets people off their seats.
“He’s a top player and someone who will add great quality to the squad.
“He can play in a variety of positions – off the front-man, out wide on either side – and he’s always a threat.
“He gets at players and makes things happen.
“He’s someone I obviously know a lot about and he’ll be a fantastic addition for us.”
Kranjcar, who was an integral part of Redknapp’s Pompey side that won the FA Cup in 2008, added: “Harry has always brought the best out of me as a player.
“I played for him in two separate spells in England, and I am delighted to be linking up with him again, this time at QPR.
“The Championship is a new experience for me but it is a challenge I’m excited about.
“I just want to play games and help QPR get promotion back to the Premier League.”
The deal is subject to the player receiving international clearance, whilst Niko will wear the number 19 shirt.