Tottenham youngster Luke Amos is set to complete a loan move to QPR.
Spurs boss Mauricio Pochettino rates the 22-year-old midfielder highly and he made his first-team debut as a substitute at Newcastle last August.
However, Amos suffered cruciate damage in an Under-23 game weeks later and missed the rest of the season.
He is now set to join the former Tottenham contingent at QPR, where ex-Spurs men Les Ferdinand and Chris Ramsey are the director of football and technical director respectively.
Since the duo arrived at Loftus Road they have snapped up a number of players who have been let go by Spurs, such as Massimo Luongo, Grant Hall, Charlie Owens and Aramide Oteh.
QPR last week signed Dylan Duncan, who was also recently released by Tottenham, and now Amos is heading to west London.
Amos has had first-team experience on loan at Southend and Stevenage and will be looking to relaunch his career after his long spell out.
Speaking in March to Tottenham’s website, Amos said: “People always say ‘you’ll come back stronger’ and at the start, I thought ‘yes, I will’ but when you get into it, you really understand that sentiment.
“I’m pushing myself mentally and physically every day. It’s literally blood, sweat and tears. I’ve had cries in the gym. Mentally, it’s like a battle daily.
“The drive for me is to make sure I get through every day without fail. If I want to get to where I want to be, I can’t do anything but give my all every day. That’s the way I see it. I have my end goal and I’m doing everything to make sure I get there.”