Dyer hoping to repay QPR faith

Kieron Dyer is intent on repaying the faith that has been shown by QPR.

Kieron Dyer is intent on repaying the faith that has been shown by QPR.

The injury-prone midfielder has been given an opportunity to resurrect his career by R’s boss Mark Hughes with two appearances in the Premier League so far.

Dyer has missed a lot of football over the past few years but is now on a varied training program so he can remain at the disposal of the West London club.

"I have been hammered many times over the years and you do develop a thick skin. I just thought if I get another chance I am going to prove everyone wrong," the 33-year old told the London Evening Standard.

"I am getting a lot of minutes now and if I stay on the pitch, I'm going to prove a few doubters wrong.

"As soon as the manager came in, he said, 'I want you to get fit and I will give you another chance. I know what you can do because I played against you in the past'.

"I have been put on a special training programme and I haven't missed a session this season so it must be working.”

He added regarding the QPR deal last summer: "That was a huge vote of confidence for me. I hope I have a lot of games left in me.

"These are exciting times for QPR and I am looking to the future, not the past."

 

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