Johnson returns to boost QPR

Striker Andy Johnson is ready to give QPR's promotion bid a lift after recovering from injury.

Last Updated: 26/10/13 at 12:34 Post Comment

Andy Johnson: On the comeback trail

Andy Johnson: On the comeback trail

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The striker has been sidelined for a month with a hamstring problem but came through a midweek reserve match unscathed to put himself in the frame for Saturday's top-of-the-table clash with Burnley.

"I was delighted to be back out there," he told the club's website.

"I felt good, I felt sharp and it was a good run-out for me. It was important for me to get some minutes under my belt.

"I've been back in training for over a week now and I feel fine.

"I was only out for four weeks, it was only a minor hamstring injury, but it feels good to be back playing again."

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