GRANT Hall says he is relishing the added responsibility of wearing QPR’s captain’s armband.
The centre-back, who scored in Rangers’ 1-1 draw against Huddersfield Town at the start of August, has led the R’s out in every league game so far this season.
And speaking exclusively to The Loftcast this week, 27-year-old Hall revealed that he is enjoying his time as skipper.
“This is my fifth season here now, so I’m one of the longest serving players at the club,” Hall said. “It’s an added responsibility for me but one that I am really happy to have.
“I’ve seen lots of things go on at this club, so I know the club well, I know everyone here and I’m happy to take this responsibility.
“I’ve thoroughly enjoyed it so far and hopefully that will continue throughout the season. I’d be delighted to have it [the captaincy] full-time; nothing has been said yet but I’m sure the gaffer will decide it in the not so distant future.”
In his one-on-one sit-down with The Loftcast, Hall also discussed last weekend’s victory at Sheffield Wednesday, manager Mark Warburton and striker Jordan Hugill.
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