KARL Henry joined QPR in the summer of 2013 as Harry Redknapp looked to build a squad of players he felt could challenge for promotion.
The tough-tackling midfielder made 29 outings in all competitions for the R’s, including a substitute appearance in our play-off final victory over Derby County.
Henry began his career with Stoke City where he went on to make 135 appearances between 1999 and 2006.
He joined Wolves that summer for £100,000 and went on to enjoy seven seasons at Molineux.
Henry was made captain soon after and eventually led them to promotion to the Premier League in 2009.
After two successful seasons fighting against relegation, Wolves dropped out of the top flight in 2012. Henry remained with the club but could do nothing to prevent the Midlanders slipping into League One before linking up with the R's.
In June 2016 Henry signed a new one year contract at QPR with Jimmy Floyd Hasselbaink stating his valuable experience as a crucial attribute which the club needs in its quest to gain promotion back to the Premier League.