Traore commits to QPR

Armand Traore has committed his future to QPR by signing a new two-year deal with the Premier League side.

Last Updated: 04/07/14 at 13:26 Post Comment

Armand Traore: New deal for versatile QPR player

Armand Traore: New deal for versatile QPR player

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Traore, who can play at left-back or on the left side of midfield, is now tied to the club until the end of the 2015-16 season.

The Senegal international, who has made 58 starts and 18 substitute appearances for the R’s, follows Clint Hill and Alejandro Faurlin in signing a new deal following QPR's promotion back to the Premier League.

He told the club's official website: "I am so happy to have my future sorted out. I wanted to stay at QPR and now this is done I can fully concentrate on the challenge that lies ahead.

"I am fully focused on the start of the Premier League season - I’m really looking forward to it."

"Next season is an extremely important one for me, added to the fact we’re back in the Premier League.

"I want to show what I can do in the best league in the world for QPR - that’s what it’s all about. I'm 24 now - it’s time to wake up and do something serious."

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