Queens Park Rangers head into the international break on the back of a decent run of points earned amid a hectic schedule.
Certainly, 2021 overall has been a positive year for the Hoops with the likes of Charlie Austin, Stefan Johansen, Sam Field and Jordy de Wijs arriving at the club and all having a positive impact.
Indeed, in this latest round-up of all things QPR, the latter pair make up a part of the headlines – let’s take a look at all things Hoops-related now…
Warburton makes Sam Field transfer admission
Speaking after the trip to Reading, QPR boss Mark Warburton confirmed that he would be pleased to get Sam Field on a permanent deal at the club if at all possible.
He’s currently on loan from West Brom with an option to buy included in the terms of the temporary stay, but it remains to be seen if the Hoops and the Baggies can reach an agreement.
Evidently, though, Warburton has been impressed with what he has seen from Field.
Injured duo assessed
Again, after the draw with Reading, Mark Warburton revealed that both Jordy de Wijs and Dom Ball will be assessed with injuries they picked up against the Royals.
Dutch defender De Wijs has a groin tweak whilst Ball needed ice on his hip, though both injuries shouldn’t be long-term problems compared to the likes of Tom Carroll and Luke Amos.
With the international break here, there’s a good opportunity now for the pair and others to get over knocks and niggles.
Warburton remains keen on Pritchard
Finally, Football League World has been told exclusively that Alex Pritchard is a player that Mark Warburton remains keen on heading into the summer transfer window.
The winger has been linked previously with a switch to the Hoops with him struggling for game-time under Carlos Corberan at the Terriers this season, being largely limited to a sub’s role.
Warburton and Pritchard spent a year together at Brentford in the 14/15 season and a reunion could be on the cards in the next transfer window.