Queens Park Rangers defender Grant Hall has been working diligently behind the scenes to return to full fitness following the injury he sustained last season.
— QPR FC (@QPR) August 8, 2018
The 26-year-old has 83 appearances to his name having arrived from Tottenham Hotspur back in the summer of 2015 but having not appeared for QPR in 2017/18 until the season ticked into December, he again found himself sidelined, appearing once in January, after picking up a serious knee injury that saw him substituted eleven minutes into the clash with MK Dons. That injury subsequently kept him out for the remainder of the campaign.
With him getting nearer a full return now after working hard over the summer, the player was speaking to club press this week and he admitted that he was targeting the upcoming Peterborough United clash to make his first-team return.
He did, however, admit that he was nowhere near playing a full 90 minutes yet so he was hoping for a second-half run out in the EFL Cup clash to bring him on that little bit further.
Very much hope he does and we manage his return intelligently. Think technically he’s a great player, loved the look of him when fit and in my opinion would be like a new signing if he stays that way.
— Terry Arnold (@TerryArnoldDXB) August 8, 2018
Would be a massive boost for season
— Monners (@monners1969) August 8, 2018
— Steve Gee (@SteveGe58486520) August 8, 2018