ALBERT Adomah will be staying with QPR after agreeing a new two-year deal at Loftus Road.
Adomah has been with the R’s for two years after initially joining his boyhood club at the start of the 2020/21 campaign.
The 34-year-old became an instant hit with the R’s supporters and now he is looking forward to the future in W12 under new head coach Michael Beale.
“I’m back baby!” said a smiling Adomah. “The dream continues and hopefully it will be a successful season. I can’t wait to carry on this amazing journey.
“I spoke to the gaffer and he told me he wanted me at the club so straight away it was a no brainer.
“I can’t wait to work with him and I am also grateful to the club for allowing me to continue my dream of playing in the blue and white hoops.”
Adomah has a very close relationship with the QPR faithful and he is looking forward to seeing that continue over the next two years.
“I can’t wait to play in front of our amazing supporters again,” he said. “I know the stadium has returned to Loftus Road now and that’s how I aways remember it so it is going to be very special.”
As Beale builds his squad for his first season at the helm, he is pleased to have the experience of the former Bristol City, Middlesbrough and Aston Villa winger within the dressing room.
“I am delighted to have Albert with us,” he said.
“I was joking with him the other day – he has 14 years’ experience of the Championship at both ends of it. He has been in successful teams and teams that have struggled in the league, and in between as well – so his experience for us in what is a young dressing room will be invaluable.
“He’s one of our own as well, isn’t he! He’s a big QPR fan and he brings real personality into the group.
“He had a really positive season last year so we are delighted.”
Beale revealed his conversations with Adomah were hugely beneficial, explaining: “We spoke a lot about himself, his past and also his future and what’s to come.
“We also spoke about the squad as well. He has seen a lot so I respect his opinion on things.”
Discussing Adomah’s qualities on the pitch, Beale said: “Albert is someone who can outplay people. He has got good pace and a really good final delivery.
“We saw a number of times last season he was the guy assisting Lyndon [Dykes] with his crossing.
“He gives us natural width up the pitch on both sides and can also play as a wing-back as we saw last season.
“He is an important part of our squad.”