TOM Carroll returned for a second spell at QPR on Friday 4th September 2020, signing a one-year deal in W12.
Carroll, of course, previously spent time on loan with Rangers during the club's promotion-winning 2013/14 season.
Born in Watford, midfielder Carroll joined Premier League giants Tottenham Hotspur as an under-16, signing his first professional contract in 2010.
Carroll quickly made a name for himself in the youth setup at White Hart Lane, working with now-QPR men Les Ferdinand and Chris Ramsey.
After signing professionally with Spurs, Carroll would go on to enjoy seven successful years with the side from north London, making appearances some crucial Premier League games and other competitions.
During his time at Tottenham, loan stints with Leyton Orient, Derby County, the R's and Swansea City aided the former England U21 international's development, before he made a permanent switch to the latter in 2017.
Carroll made over 100 appearances for the Swans - many of which came in the top flight - before leaving them at the end of the season. He also bagged three goals for the South Wales club.
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