RICHARD Chaplow has moved to Ipswich Town on loan.
Chaplow, who NewsAtDen revealed was training with the Tractor Boys, has penned a one-month deal at Portman Road with a view to extending that until the end of the season.
The 30-year-old is out-of-contract at Millwall in the summer and has been told he does not have a future at the club under Ian Holloway.
"My loan move to Ipswich pretty much brings my time to an end at Millwall," Chaplow wrote on Twitter.
"Things never really got going, if that be last year through injury or this year year by lack of opportunities.
"I'd like to go on record to thank everyone that welcomed me from the start and I have faith that results can be achieved and survival reached.
"But I have a new challenge and I can't wait."
Ipswich boss Mick McCarthy told TWTD: "I'm delighted with that one. He's played a number of positions, either wide positions or centrally in midfield.
"He's showed what a capable, comfortable player he is at this level training with us, he's just come in and fitted in. Like Luke Varney, he'll cover the play-offs."