Date: 24th May 2019 at 6:00am
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Queens Park Rangers young goalkeeper Marcin Brzozowski has taken another step towards a senior career in football this week, signing a new 12 month extension at Loftus Road.

The 20-year-old goalkeeper signed his new extension on Tuesday and big things continue to be hoped for from the lad, as having gained first team experience in the 2017/18 campaign with Ashford Town, the Polish youth international spent a spell with Harlow Town last season as he built on that.

He’s also been with us since he was 11-years-old so it’s been quite a journey so far and plenty of fans feel that we might see a little bit more of him next season as manager Mark Warburton continues a more youthful approach to lift at the club given our financial problems in recent years.

The young lad is clearly confident as having signed his new deal, he immediately set his sights on trying to impress our new gaffer during the pre-season campaign as he continues to learn with our senior goalkeeping group.

Speaking to the Official Site he explained.

“There are lots of great goalkeepers here, with Joe Lumley and Matt Ingram, and I’m really able to learn a lot from them. I know Joe really well and I learn from him every day when we train together. He’s a really nice guy, a nice person to be around and a great goalkeeper. Training with him and Matt gives me the perfect opportunity to learn. In training, once pre-season begins, I’ll be working so hard to try and impress the new gaffer and make a good first impression.”

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