Malaysian businessman Tony Fernandes has completed his takeover of Premier League newcomers QPR.
The 47-year-old has secured a 66% stake in the club, buying out previous majority shareholders Flavio Briatore and Bernie Ecclestone. Fernandes will work alongside the Mittal Family, who have retained their 33% stake.
"QPR is a raw diamond and hopefully I can contribute into turning it into a diamond," said Fernandes. "Everyone knows I've followed West Ham all my life but I've always had a soft spot for QPR," said Fernandes, who is also team principal of Formula 1's Team Lotus