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Andrade open to another loan

Queens Park Rangers youngster Bruno Andrade would be willing to head out on another loan deal in 2013/14.

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Bruno Andrade: Looking to make his mark at QPR, but willing to head out on loan

Bruno Andrade: Looking to make his mark at QPR, but willing to head out on loan

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The Portuguese winger is determined to make his mark at Loftus Road, but appreciates that he needs games in order to impress.

The 19-year-old was allowed to link up with Wycombe Wanderers last season, and caught the eye while at the League Two outfit.

Andrade hopes he has done enough to convince Harry Redknapp that he is deserving of a shot at the Championship this season, but would have no qualms about re-joining Wycombe on a short-term deal if the opportunity arose.

He told the Fulham Chronicle: "Ideally, I'll be looking to get into the first team in the first weeks and months of next season, otherwise I'll want to get out on loan again.

"I enjoyed my time at Wycombe last season.

"Gareth Ainsworth helped bring my game on, and I think he's watched recently as well. Hopefully I impressed him, as I'd be more than happy to go back there.

"I've not really spoken to Harry Redknapp yet, so I'm not sure what the future holds, but I'll just keep working hard and see what happens."

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