Unregistered QPR’s striker joins Charlton
Queens Park Rangers striker Rob Hulse has completed a move to Charlton Athletic on loan.
The R’s frontman failed to make Ranger’s 25 man Premier League squad and will now join up with the London outfit on a three month temporary deal.
QPR.co.uk confirmed the 32 year old is on his way, he made 25 appearances at Loftus Road, netting just twice since a 2010 move from Derby County.
Hulse will be hoping to be involved in the Addicks mid-week fixture against Watford at the Valley.
Charlton are the lowest scorers in England’s second-tier and are perilously close to the Championship drop-zone.
Chris Powell’s striking options recently took a hit with frontman Ricardo Fuller missing their draw with Blackburn Rovers due to a virus.
Powell told Charlton’s official website: “I’m really pleased to have Rob on board and look forward to working with him.
“With the squad we have we do have one or two players that have played at this level before and a couple that have played Premier League, but you need that Championship know-how week in, week out and I think Rob will give us that.”