Former QPR midfielder Karl Henry has said that he and Ian Holloway 'didn't see eye to eye' during his time at Loftus Road.

Despite being a regular under Jimmy Floyd Hasselbaink, the veteran midfielder found first team opportunities hard to come by after Ollie was appointed as manager in November last year, something which Henry said was tough to take.

Speaking to The Bolton News, he said: "I’m chuffed to be playing football again because the situation which had developed after leaving QPR was all a bit strange. I wasn’t used to not playing regular football because I’d done it for the last 10 years, or so.

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“Up until Jimmy left I was in the team, I was a mainstay for him, and when Ian Holloway came in we had our differences and didn’t see eye to eye. He made it clear he didn’t want me around,” Henry said.

“He has his way, I respected that. To have then waited six months for my next game was difficult. It was tough to take.

“But the experience has made this at Bolton all the more special. At 34 I want to enjoy my last few years, I want success and I want to help us have a great season – to get out of that relegation zone.”

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