The West Ham United player has swapped Upton Park for a spell at Norwich City.
The Hammers were very busy in the final few hours of the window, bringing four players in but also waving goodbye to others, including the 29-year-old left winger.
Jarvis has joined up with Norwich for the rest of the season and he clearly sees it as a chance to get things back on track, featuring regularly instead of predominantly as a substitute.
Jarvis has already played eight times for West Ham this season, but the vast majority of those appearances were in the Europa League and when it came to top-flight action he only managed 73 minutes in the club’s first four matches of the new campaign.
Speaking after his temporary switch, Jarvis told canaries.co.uk, “I’m delighted to be here for the season and I’m really excited about getting started and helping the team.
“It’s a fresh start for me; it’s a chance for me to get back to playing games and back to my best.”
Jarvis has featured 90 times for West Ham in total, scoring six goals and providing nine assists in the process.
But it was at Wolverhampton Wanderers where he really shone, scoring 21 goals and providing 36 assists, and that is the kind of form he will want to bring to Norwich as he aims to help fire them back up the table and potentially force his parent-club into a rethink come next summer.