Luke Amos stays on course to be prepared for the beginning of QPR’s pre-season marketing campaign.
The 24-year-old midfielder’s season was reduce quick in October when he suffered anterior cruciate ligament injury in opposition to Bournemouth.
He suffered the same harm previous to his transfer to west London from Tottenham.
Amos has been again in gentle coaching and his restoration has been going effectively.
“He’s on course. With ACL accidents it’s actually about week-to-week progress,” stated Rangers supervisor Mark Warburton.
“He’s been out on the grass and concerned in some ball work, which is nice to see.
“Luke has extra work to do however he’s an impressive younger skilled. I’ve by no means met anybody with extra focus and want than Luke Amos.
“We had physique fats exams and his numbers have been fairly staggering – how onerous he’s working by this harm to get again to the primary staff.
“I believe he’s on-track. I hope in July we see him come again to us. He was having his finest run for the membership when he bought injured.
“There’s little doubt he’s a really proficient participant and we stay up for having him again.”
Meanwhile, QPR look 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 switch him.
And chief govt Lee Hoos has advised West London Sport he wish to see secure standing put in at Rangers.