DJ CAMPBELL is desperate to return to action to help QPR's survival bid.
The striker has suffered an injury-ravaged season at Loftus Road since his switch from Blackpool in the summer, making just three starts in the famous blue and white hoops.
Lifelong Rangers fan Campbell has been forced to watch from the stands as the Rs have slipped into the drop zone with 10 games left to save their skin.
However, the 30-year-old has resumed light training following a torn hamstring, and is hopeful he will be back sooner rather than later to help QPR's relegation fight.
He told the Fulham Chronicle : “My recovery's going really well and it shouldn't be long before I'm back in full training.
“It's been a disappointing season because of all the injuries, with my metatarsal and then my hamstring.
“I'm a QPR fan and it's been tough seeing us struggling, especially as I've been unable to do anything about it. Even when I have played I haven't been the same DJ as last season as I haven't been fully fit.
“But I've being doing extra work in the gym to make sure I come back stronger and fitter than ever for the run in.”
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