New QPR defender Jack Robinson admits it is the right decision to send him straight out on loan after joining from Liverpool.
The 20-year-old left-back arrived at Loftus Road yesterday for £1million and has immediately joined Huddersfield Town for the rest of the season.
But the England U21 international, who has signed a four-year deal, says the spell with the Terriers will aid his development in the long run.
Robinson told the club's website: “The loan spell at Huddersfield will no doubt serve me well for my future at QPR – I definitely need another season of games under my belt.
“I’m relishing the opportunity to go there and play, before I come back here and hopefully show what I’m capable of."
He added: “It was an easy decision for me to come here for a new challenge.
“Hopefully I can do well here and establish myself as a Premier League player in the future.”
Hoops boss Harry Redknapp said: "Jack is one for the future. He’s a good young player.
“He’ll continue his development at Huddersfield this season in the Championship, where I’m sure he’ll do well.”
Robinson has nine U21 caps to his name and has been named in the latest squad for their forthcoming European Championship qualifying double-header against Lithuania and Moldova.
He became the youngest first-team player in Liverpool's history when Rafa Benitez handed him his debut at the age of 16 against Hull City in 2010. That record lasted until Jerome Sinclair took his bow in September 2012.
Robinson went on to make 11 first-team appearances but spent last season on loan at Blackpool.
He returned to Anfield this summer but found himself further down the pecking order following the £12million arrival of Alberto Moreno.
Meanwhile, QPR are set to announce the arrival of Reading keeper Alex McCarthy for £3million to provide competition for number one Rob Green.