Nottingham Forest have signed defender Jack Hobbs from Hull City on a season-long loan, according to Sky Sports.
The transfer will be made permanent next summer, when the 24 year old will begin a pre-agreed two year contract at the City Ground, keeping him at the club until the summer of 2016.
Hobbs began his career at Lincoln City, before moving to Liverpool having played just three minutes of league football for the Imps.
He spent most of his four years with the five times European Champions on loan, though he did make two Premier League appearances, as well as twice being named as an unused substitute in their 2007/08 Champions League campaign before moving to Leicester City a year later.
During the Foxes promotion winning 2009/10 season, Hobbs was named the clubs player of the season, while he won his second career promotion, this time at Hull City, back in May.