ALI Faurlin is desperate to prove his worth to boss Harry Redknapp and force his way back into the QPR first team.
The Argentine midfielder returned to Harlington for pre-season training today following a disappointing loan spell at Serie A side Palermo.
Faurlin is one of the longest-serving players at Loftus Road, but was deemed surplus to requirements by Redknapp in January following the arrival of Jermaine Jenas.
But the 26-year-old is determined to get back into the reckoning as Rangers look to bounce back from relegation at the first attempt.
He told www.qpr.co.uk: “It’s great to be back. I start to feel like an old player here!
“It’s good to come to somewhere that feels like home. It is amazing how much has changed over these four years.
“I feel part of this club because I have been here for such a long time now and I always talk about this with Adel [Taarabt].
“I feel good here. My home is in west London, my son is happy here, I feel comfortable here.
“But it is my challenge now to prove to the manager what I can do because I want to continue my career here.”
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