Paul Hall has been singing the praises of his young Hoops, and has picked out three in particular who could have a bright future at the club.

QPR under-23s went top of the Professional Development League Two with a 1-0 victory over Coventry City, and Hall says that his players need to show they're trustworthy if they're step up to the first team.

Speaking to GetWestLondon about which players are ready to compete in the senior side, he said: "They're all honest in what they're doing and that's a question for the first team manager.

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"But you've got Aromide (Oteh) up front, he does endless running and has scored a lot of goals this season. His game's coming along nicely this season and we're expecting him to do quite well.

"You've got lots of other players. Chay (Tilt) can put some beautiful balls into the box and he's very good. Then you've got Senny Dieng and players who are out on loan, so the players who played (against Coventry City) are just that one step closer. However they've got to manage games and be trust-worthy, and that's the big question; can they be trusted?

"The only time we're going to get the answer to that question is when they get thrown into the cauldron. We've got to see good examples of them being trustworthy, and the more they do it, the more in credit they are and the more people will trust them. But we've got lots of young players coming up, and that's where we're measured."