Former Nigeria international defender Taye Taiwo says he hopes to rediscover his form and enjoys stability in his new club, AFC Eskilstuna.
AFC Eskilstuna is the third club Taiye Taiwo would join in this year.
The much-travelled Taiwo moved to bottom-of-the-table Swedish top tier side AFC Eskilstuna this week until the end of the season.
He joined from Swiss side Lausanne-Sport, the club he signed for in January after a spell at HJK Helsinki.
The 32-year-old, who has 59 caps for Nigeria, has played in six European leagues in five years.
“I would love to enjoy stability, like every professional footballer out there, but in football you never know” Taiwo told BBC Sport.
“My desire is to play football regularly and the plan is to achieve that here.
“I came to Eskilstuna knowing the challenges can only bring out the best in me and I hope my experience will help the club as well.”
Taiwo won the French Ligue 1 title with Marseille in 2010, as well as back-to-back French League Cups in 2010 and 2011. He also won the 2010 French Super Cup.