Queens Park Rangers winger Jack Clarke has took to Instagram to send a positive message as he is back in training ahead of a potential return to action in the Championship.
As we know, there has been no football played in this country since mid-March and there has been plenty of speculation in the past few weeks as to what will actually happen moving forward. And, whilst there is still no concrete date for a return, there is a desire from the majority to get back out there and players in the second tier returned to training yesterday, although they had to obey strict rules.
The return prompted Clarke to share an image on Instagram of himself in the Hoops shirt and he accompanied with a message.
“There is light at the end of every tunnel.”
As well as that, the wide man had an image of a timer, which indicates that he is already thinking about when he can get back out on the field for the R’s. If, or when, that happens, Clarke will hope to make a bigger impact than he has done since signing for the Londoners in January.
He made the temporary switch to the capital after a frustrating loan spell at Leeds earlier in the season but Mark Warburton has selected the 19-year-old on just four occasions in the league – all from the bench. However, there is still time for Clarke to become a favourite for QPR, with the team trailing the play-off places by six points with nine games to play.