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QPR have confirmed that Lee Wallace has signed a new one-year deal.
West London Sport revealed final month that the membership can be taking over an possibility to increase Wallace’s contract by 12 months.
Wallace, who turns 34 in August, was signed on a two-year deal in 2019 from Glasgow Rangers, the place he beforehand performed below Mark Warburton.
Having struggled for health and kind for a lot of his time in W12, Wallace has been a revelation throughout the second half of the season.
“He has proven the QPR followers the extent of participant I already knew he was,” R’s boss Warburton instructed the membership web site.
“He is a participant who advantages from the rhythm of enjoying video games and it’s nice to see his health at such a superb stage, alongside the standard and consistency of his performances.
“Lee was captain for lots of video games final season and can proceed to play an enormous mentoring position for the squad.”
Wallace mentioned: “Once I used to be capable of finding some rhythm, I used to be capable of give my finest on the pitch and assist these round me.”
Meanwhile, QPR seem like near a deal to maintain Charlie Austin and are on the verge of finishing the everlasting signing of Sam Field.
Todd Kane faces the axe, with the membership trying to usher in a right-back to exchange him.
And chief government Lee Hoos has instructed West London Sport he want to see protected standing put in at Rangers.
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