Djibril Cisse has quit football to become a DJ.
The fex- QPR striker, who played 26 games for Hoops in 2012-13, has announced his retirement from professional football at the age of 35.
The former Hoop called time on his career in October 2015 due to a debilitating hip injury but after surgery last year and hoped to get playing again.
Efforts to find a new club came to nothing, and now he hopes to be in a different sort of club spinning turntables - note the first two letters of his name.
"I have loved being a footballer," Cisse told Yahoo Sport.
"Up until now, the ball was my whole life. I would have liked to have continued my career, which was interrupted in spite of me, but I have to admit today that football is finished.
"I'm going to give myself body and soul to my career as a DJ, a producer, and as a pundit, as well as develop my line of clothing."
He will also coincide his new venture alongside a clothing brand, entitled ‘Mr Lenoir’.
“I loved being a footballer, and so far the ball has been my life. I would have liked to continue playing but I must admit today that football is over.
“With the same passion, I will devote myself wholeheartedly to my career as DJ, producer and consultant, as well as developing my clothing brand.
After 18-months at Loftus Road he left by mutual consent in 2013. He scored 10 goals for the club, have a look at them again below.