Jordy de Wijs will up his bid to return to playing this week as he hopes to get an hour for the QPR development side on Tuesday against Ipswich Town u23s.
The Hoops are on a fine run of form with six wins in their last seven matches in the Championship, moving them into mid-table in the process.
Indeed, they’ve considerably more solid in their 3-5-2 system and that has meant they’ve not needed to rush defensive arrival De Wijs in terms of his recovery.
He’s building match sharpness now, though, and will play around an hour for the u23 side against Ipswich, as per West London Sport.
Rob Dickie, Geoff Cameron and Yoann Barbet have been very solid in recent weeks and have helped QPR on this fine run they are on.
Naturally, then, Mark Warburton will be cautious about introducing a new element to their defence but, at the same time, he’ll be pleased to have another option as we embark on another intense run of matches.
De Wijs has been missing since his arrival in the winter window but this step is surely the last one before we see him feature for the senior side.