Queens Park Rangers’ on loan Olamide Shodipo continues to feature regularly for Oxford United as the U’s bid to get out of League One via the play-offs this season.
Things started slowly for Oxford but they’re in the play-off battle now and will be looking to keep that up for the rest of the season.
Shodipo, too, is likely to play a key part with him scoring eight goals for the club so far from out wide – a pretty respectable total from 14 starts and a further 11 sub appearances.
Indeed, he is regularly rotated with him starting three of the club’s last five games though the goals have dried up a little bit across the board at the club.
He’s not scored since early February whilst Oxford have just one goal as a collective in their last six games:
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He’s obviously been a decent source for attacking produce and it remains to be seen what QPR exactly have planned for him next season.
Earlier this year, you could see a clear role for him at the Hoops. Mark Warburton had two winger and with Bright Osayi-Samuel leaving there seemed room for Shodipo to make a claim.
Warburton has changed to a wing-back incorporated system now, though, and it’ll be interesting to see how Shodipo is potentially fitted into that.
With the performances he’s shown, though, there’s surely a chance QPR will want to see what he can do.