QPR will be hoping that they can finish inside the top-six in the Championship this term, with Mark Warburton’s side well in contention to challenge for the play-off places.
The Hoops are currently sat 13th in the second tier standings, and are just six points adrift of the play-off places heading into the final nine matches of this year’s campaign.
However, off-the-field events have called an abrupt halt to fixtures across the country, although clubs are starting to return to training ahead of the conclusion of the season.
One QPR player that will be hoping he can play his part in their push for a top-six finish is Jack Clarke, who signed for the Hoops on loan from Tottenham Hotspur back in the January transfer window.
The winger has made five appearances for QPR in all competitions this term, and will be hoping that he can force his way into the starting XI on a regular basis from now until the end of the season.
Clarke took to social media to issue an upbeat message by insisting that there is light at the end of the tunnel, as football edges closer to returning to the sporting calendar.
No scheduled date for competitive action to return has been finalised by the relevant authorities, but with clubs returning to training, it does hint that football could be in line to return in June.
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Football fans will be delighted to see it return to our lives.
It’s been a frustrating time to be a QPR fan in particular, with the Hoops showing much-needed momentum as they look to force themselves into the top-six in the Championship standings.
I still don’t think that we’ve seen the best of Clarke in his loan spell with Mark Warburton’s side this term, and he’ll be keen to showcase his talent at the earliest of opportunities.