Fulham concluded a busy transfer window by agreeing a new deal with skipper Danny Murphy.
The midfielder, awarded a one year contract last summer after helping the Whites to beat the drop, has been awarded another year and will now stay on until 2010.
That piece of business was just one of many concluded at Craven Cottage on deadline day.
Fulham signed former Everton and Leeds midfielder Olivier Dacourt on loan from Internazionale - the 34-year-old French international having fallen out of favour with Jose Mourinho in Italy.
Dacourt arrives along with Derby midfielder Giles Barnes, who is also on a loan stay. Moving in the opposite direction are Leon Andreasen, who will be with German club Hannover 96 until the end of the season and Andranik, who has gone to Barnsley until the summer.
Neither player has featured much for Roy Hodgson's team this season.