QPR’s Cook determined to hit form with Leyton Orient

Leyton Orient loanee Lee Cook is desperate to string some consistent performances together ahead of the January transfer window.

Leyton Orient loanee Lee Cook is desperate to string some consistent performances together ahead of the January transfer window.

The 29-year old winger has been frozen out at QPR and was forced down to League One in order to get some regular playing time in November and after two appearances with the O’s, is looking for more game time in case another move pops during the winter market.

"It was important for me because it has gone a bit stale down at QPR for me personally and it feels like the right time for me to get out and play some games elsewhere," Cook told skysports.com.

"January is just around the corner and it is important for me to get some games under my belt because my record isn't great over the past year or so.

"It is a bit early to talk about a permanent move to be honest and I'm just going to see how the next month or so goes really because football can change in an instant.

"It might be a case of trying to sort something out with QPR, so that I'm available on a free transfer in January, but we will have to wait and see when that comes round.

"It is going to be an important time for a fair few players at the club because they are in a similar position to me, but this month is all about playing some football, getting my name back out there and showing people what I can do again."

 

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