SOUTHAMPTON centre back Jos Hooiveld has joined Millwall on loan for the rest of the season and is set to make his debut against Reading tomorrow.
Hooiveld, 31, passed a medical at the Lions' training ground on Monday morning before putting pen-to-paper on a deal until the summer, when his contract with the Saints expires.
The Dutch defender has been on loan at Norwich since August but the Canaries agreed to cancel his stay at Carrow Road, allowing boss Ian Holloway to make his move.
Speaking to the club's official site, Hooiveld said: "I want as much success as possible – as many wins and as many clean sheets as we can – which is just what every footballer hopes for
"It is very important (to be playing regularly) and I'm no different from anyone else.
"I had a very nice and positive conversation with the manager. We had a good connection.
"Every game from now on is massive. It isn't just one game that decides it – there are 20."