Sam Field says he can’t look ahead to subsequent season after signing on a everlasting deal for QPR from West Bromwich Albion.
The former Charlton loanee has signed a three-year contract with an choice for a fourth with the R’s.
Field initially signed on mortgage in January and made 19 appearances and scored one aim within the second half of the season.
“It feels unusual to have left West Brom, however I’m delighted to have signed,” he informed QPR’s web site.
“I’m wanting ahead to subsequent season already, we’ve solely been off for one week however I already need to get going once more. I’m hoping to kick on subsequent season.
“Sometimes you are feeling like chapters are up in your life. West Brom have been completely sensible to me and I can’t thank them sufficient, however I feel that is the fitting time for me to maneuver on.
“I’ve had a horrible 12 months with accidents, it’s been a really stop-start time for me. I’ve actually loved taking part in video games. Since I’ve been out there I’ve performed each sport and that’s credit score to the gaffer. I nonetheless have much more to supply.
“I settled in so properly. It’s such an ideal group of lads right here. It simply appeared a match made in heaven from day one.
“I’m extra of a defensive minded midfielder, however I need to present extra stuff going ahead so I’ve to maintain striving to enhance. I would like so as to add extra to the attacking facet of my sport.
“It’s very unusual with out the followers. I’m actually wanting ahead to the followers returning. There’s nothing like taking part in in entrance of a crowd when the groups taking part in properly, so I’m wanting ahead to that subsequent season.
“I would like us to push on subsequent season, I like the quantity of ambition right here. We’ve seen groups like Barnsley make the play-offs, so why can’t we? Hopefully this time subsequent season, we should still be going with the play-offs, that’s what we’re aiming for.”
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