QPR boss Mark Warburton remains keen on Huddersfield Town player Alex Pritchard ahead of the summer transfer window, Football League World has exclusively learned.
Pritchard was linked with a move away from the Terriers in the January transfer window with the printed Daily Mail reporting that the Hoops were among the clubs interested in bringing him in.
The 27-year-old has struggled for minutes this season under Terriers boss Carlos Corberan, with the club fighting to stay up in the Sky Bet Championship and avoid the drop down to Sky Bet League One.
Indeed, Pritchard has largely been used as a sub this season for the Yorkshire club and Mark Warburton could look to offer him the chance to move back down south in the summer and link up with the R’s, potentially paving the way for him to get more game-time in the second tier.
Pritchard has worked under Warburton before during a loan spell at Brentford in the 14/15 season where he enjoyed a productive year and Football League World has learned that the now Hoops boss remains keen on bringing him to W12 if possible in the summer window.
QPR have enjoyed a productive 2021 with their January arrivals proving hits, and the hope will be that whoever arrives in the summer will be able to help them along the upward curve they are seemingly on.