THE one QPR player to get anything out of the last three months is Jermaine Jenas.
The midfielder (pic) signed on an 18-month contract in January admits to the disappointment of relegation confirmed in the 0-0 draw with Reading, but is grateful to get his career back on track.
Injury problems, including a ruptured Achilles tendon curtailed the former Tottenham player’s appearances over the last two seasons, but although Rangers have taken the plunge, Jenas can privately breathe a sigh of relief.
He said: “We put in a good effort against Reading but it didn’t happen. When I joined I wanted the experience of the battle, but unfortunately it hasn’t turned out right.
“On a positive not, I’ve got games under my belt and scored a few goals and I’ve been reasonably pleased with my form after so long out through injury.”