Jack Robinson’s latest injury is not as serious as was initially feared.
The QPR left-back picked up a hamstring injury during Saturday’s 2-1 win against Norwich City at Loftus Road, where he did not appear for the second half of the game.
That led to concern that Robinson could be facing another lengthy spell on the sidelines.
Robinson has battled his way back from a long-term knee problem and was having a good game against the Canaries before having to go off.
But West London Sport reports that Rangers believe the problem is a minor one and that the former England Under-21 international should soon be back in action.
Robinson last month told QPR’s website he was determined to finally put his injury nightmare behind him.
“Sometimes you have setbacks. That’s life,” said Robinson, who was signed from Liverpool in 2014 and suffered cruciate damage while on loan from the R’s at Huddersfield Town.
“In the end, I sat down and thought about what I needed to do, what I needed to change in my life that would help me get fit and keep fit.
“I’ve changed everything – my diet, my mental approach to training, how I train, the lot.”
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