QPR are set to confirm the appointment of Rangers favourite Marc Bircham as assistant coach to new manager Ian Holloway.
The man, famous for his blue-and-white spiked hair when he pulled on a Rangers shirt for five years in the noughties with distinction will swap a coach job with Arizona United currently in the USA's third tier of senior football for a return to Loftus Road.
Bircham, now 38, tweeted his delighted at being courted by Rs chairman Tony Fernandes.
As the midfielder and former Canadian international put it:
Bircham assisted Holloway at Millwall in 2014-15, and for just a single game was co-manager with Steve Gallen in December 2009 for the 2-2 draw with WBA, before the club appointed the first of three more managers in a whirlwind season.