QPR midfielder Akos Buzsaky was on the verge of joining Millwall on a free transfer until Mark Hughes took over at Loftus Road, according to The Telegraph.
Former Hoops boss Neil Warnock had reportedly agreed to pay-up the Hungarian playmaker's contract, paving the way for a move across London to The Den.
“At Christmas I was told not to travel [with the squad] and that was the hardest time for me,” Buzsaky said. “I came in and trained but I knew I had no chance of playing.
"He [Warnock] didn’t explain why. But, in football, so many things change and, yes, it’s been frustrating because I am a professional footballer and I was not playing football. If I am not given that chance then I cannot prove myself."
NewsAtDen understands that Hughes has decided not to sell or loan any of his new players in the current transfer window – meaning Millwall boss Kenny Jackett's interest in striker Rob Hulse is likely to come to nothing.