Queens Park Rangers midfielder Luke Amos is making fantastic progress in his recovery from injury.
That’s according to the Rs manager Mark Warburton, who, in a recent interview with West London Sport, claimed that the 24-year-old is on course to return from injury this summer.
Warburton said: “He’s on course. With ACL injuries it’s literally about week-to-week progress. He’s been out on the grass and involved in some ball work, which is great to see.
“Luke has more work to do but he’s an outstanding young professional. I’ve never met anyone with more focus and desire than Luke Amos. We had body fat tests and his numbers were quite staggering – how hard he’s working through this injury to get back to the first team.
“I think he’s on track. I hope in July we see him come back to us. He was having his best run for the club when he got injured. There’s no doubt he’s a very talented player and we look forward to having him back.”
Having been out of action for QPR since October due to an ACL injury, the news that Amos looks set to be back well before the club’s 2021/22 campaign kicks off is likely to delight the Hoops fanbase.
After joining the club on a season-long loan from Tottenham Hotspur last season, the defensive midfielder went on to become a regular part of the Rangers first team, featuring in 34 Championship fixtures in the 2019/20 season, making an average of one interception, 1.5 tackles and 0.8 clearances per game, as well as chipping in with two goals.
As a result of these performances, Warburton made the £5k-per-week 24-year-old’s move to the Kiyan Prince Foundation Stadium a permanent one last August, with the £900k-rated man featuring in five league fixtures this season, prior to his injury.
And, with QPR highly impressing in the back end of their most recent league campaign, with the Rs sitting third in the Championship table since the turn of the year, the news that Amos looks set to be back by the time next season kicks off will undoubtedly be a huge boost to the club’s chances of continuing their fine form into the new term, and potentially even helping them mount a push for promotion.