QPR favourite Clint Hill is back training with the club and is set to feature for the under-23s this afternoon.
The defender, who left the club just over a year ago to join Scottish side Rangers, was spotted at Loftus Road in the Game 4 Grenfell as well as Saturday's victory over Ipswich Town, sparking rumours about a potential return.
Whether his return is with a view to a playing return is yet to be confirmed, after reports that he'd been training with Carlisle United earlier this month, but one thing is for certain that the Hoops fans will be delighted to see one of their modern day favourites returning to the club.
The club also confirmed that Hill is set to line up for Paul Hall's under-23 side as they prepare to face Bolton Wanderers at Harlington this afternoon.
Lining up for the Trotters is former Arsenal and Real Madrid man Julio Baptista who is on trial with the club, and will be looking to impress against the Hoops in a bid to earn a contract with the Championship club.