QPR veteran Kieron Dyer was happy to see Premier League action on Sunday in defeat at Tottenham.
Dyer was happy with his performance and with QPR currently suffering from a shortage of defenders, the 33-year-old may well be called upon for Wednesday's Capital One Cup game against Reading and the club's league game against West Ham on Monday night.
"I hope I've got a lot of games left in me," he said.
"Yesterday was a good test for me, I'm gutted we didn't get the three points but from a personal view it's going well.
"I feel 100%. I felt I was up and down like a young Kyle Walker, especially in the first half. The hamstrings held up well and playing against one of the best wingers in the world in Gareth Bale was a good test."