BY NICK KITUNO
Mark Warburton has stated he could be “very keen” to signal Sam Field on a permanent deal.
The midfielder, who’s on mortgage from West Bromwich Albion, has seen his season disrupted by harm however helped play a task in Queens Park Rangers’ improved kind since January.
Field impressed Warburton in QPR’s 1-1 draw with promotion contenders Reading, his fifteenth look this marketing campaign, and the R’s boss seems keen to convey him again in the summer.
He stated: “[Field has had] a very irritating time with harm and also you get to the purpose, I’m certain, the place you anticipate to interrupt down. He’s began off regularly and he’s carried out very well for us. I’d agree with you, I believed he had an excellent sport in the present day.
“I’d be very, very keen [on signing him permanently]. I believe Sam’s having fun with his soccer, he’s settling in effectively into the squad, he’s displaying versatility. He can play at centre half, in a two or a 3, and once more clearly you’ve seen him in midfield.
“He ticks plenty of bins for us. I’ve been delighted together with his contribution, so I hope very a lot [we can sign him permanently]. I do know he’s having fun with his soccer, he’s having fun with being across the squad, they’ve embraced him as a character, so it’s thus far, so good, completely.”
Lyndon Dykes scored his first purpose for QPR since November as they drew 1-1 with Reading.
The Scotland worldwide made it six for the season after 44 minutes when a sweeping transfer noticed Lee Wallace lower the ball again for him to transform.
However, the Royals pulled degree when Yakou Meite chased down an extended ball excessive to fit it away between Seny Dieng’s legs after 57 minutes.
Rangers pressured the difficulty late on, and went shut by means of substitutes Chris Willock and Dom Ball, in addition to Stefan Johansen, however needed to accept a draw on the Madejski Stadium.
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