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Eze: It’s great to be back home

EBERE Eze admits he’s delighted 'to be back home’ after returning from loan – and is keen to show what he’s learned during his time away from W12.

The QPR youngster is back at Loftus Road following the end of his spell at Wycombe Wanderers, where Eze earned rave reviews following a successful time of things with the Chairboys in Sky Bet League Two.

“It’s great to be back home,” Eze told www.qpr.co.uk.

“It was the right decision for me to go out on loan and get some games under my belt. I learned a lot at Wycombe and now I want to use that experience back here.”

Eze made his return for Rangers off the bench in Saturday’s disappointing FA Cup exit to MK Dons.

Despite the defeat, Eze was pleased to be involved and is now determined to stay in the manager’s plans going forwards.

“It wasn’t the result we wanted,” he said. “But being back with the lads and getting some minutes, which I wasn’t before, was pleasing personally.”

Eze was speaking after helping Paul Hall’s Under-23s to a thumping 5-1 win over Charlton Athletic on Monday afternoon, as the young R’s began the New Year with a bang.

“We ended up giving them a serious beating in the end!” Eze said. “It was a great game to play in. We kept the ball well and created a lot of chances, which is what I’m in the team to do.”

Eze isn’t the only young attacker to have caught the eye at Under-23 level this season, with the likes of Ilias Chair, Paul Smyth and Aramide Oteh all having being handed their senior debuts in recent weeks.

“It’s been great seeing a lot of youngsters getting a chance in the First Team this season,” he added. “It shows there’s room for players like us in the team.

“The aim for me is to get into the First Team and play as many games as I can.”