Jack Robinson will be hoping he can put injuries to one side and finally concentrate on fulfilling his undoubted potential ahead of the 2016/17 season.
The left-back signed from Liverpool in 2014, for whom he holds the record as the clubs youngest player to represent them, for an undisclosed fee and was immediately loaned to Huddersfield.
The England under 21 international was brought to Loftus Road by Harry Redknapp who stated he was “one for the future”. Robinson, who had a successful loan spell at Blackpool in 2013/14, was allowed to leave the Reds after they signed £12m Spanish defender Alberto Moreno.
After making 31 appearances for the Terriers, Robinson was ruled out for up to a year after sustaining a knee injury in the final minute of Huddersfield Town’s Championship fixture at Birmingham.
He made his long-awaited comeback from injury in an Under-21s friendly against Chelsea in January and then made his first and only start of the season against Charlton in April.
The defender has 10 caps for England-U21s.