QPR No2 Jones admits new first-choice keeper on transfer agenda

QPR No2 Mick Jones admits they're in the market for a new No1.

Rs manager Neil Warnock recently lost both first-choice Paddy Kenny and understudy Brian Murphy to injury and was left with 37-year-old Radek Cerny as his only fit keeper.

Jones admits that landing a top-class goalkeeper is on the agenda.

"In the long term, we’ve got to look at that," said Jones. "No doubt about it. Radek is not getting any younger, so it is something that we’re considering all the time.

"That could still come in the summer, although top keepers are like gold dust. Paddy is up there with the top six in the Premier League, so that means to get him fit and 100 per cent right is a big priority."

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