Winger, Albert Adomah has signed a new two-year contract to stay at QPR until June 2024.
Adomah joined QPR in October 2020 on a free transfer from Nottingham Forest and has provided four goals plus eight assists in 72 appearances across all competitions.
Speaking about his decision to remain in West London with the Hoops for two further seasons, Adomah said: “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.”
This season sees change at Loftus Road as not only has the club relinquished the name – Kiyan Prince Foundation Stadium but there is a new manager in charge after Michael Beale replaced Mark Warburton earlier this month.
Adomah is consequently excited to play under Beale as he added: “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.”
The Ghana international also acknowledged QPR fans as he commented: “I can’t wait to play in front of our amazing supporters again,” whilst also noting that he can’t wait to play home games under their home ground’s “very special” returning name as he remembers it.
Beale meanwhile is “delighted” to have Adomah within his playing squad as he praised the 34 year-old for his 16-season experience within the English Football League (EFL) across six previous clubs plus QPR.
Explaining the importance that Adomah will bring to the dressing room this season, Beale said: “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.”
Beale also revealed that he had already held discussions with Adomah about his opinions on the squad and football as a whole, as well as Adomah’s past and future plans.
On what he expects from Adomah this season despite the winger hitting the start of his final years as a player, Beale added: “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.”