QPR defender Joel Lynch has mixed feelings as he sees former side Huddersfield battle for promotion to the Premier League.
The 29-year-old moved from Yorkshire to west London in the summer and, while Rangers are in mid-table obscurity, the Terriers are cemented in the play-offs and are looking to be on hand if Brighton or Newcastle slip up.
Lynch knows he could have been involved in Huddersfield's greatest season in years but he has no regrets about moving south to QPR and he sees Rangers as a Premier League side in waiting.
He said: “It's difficult for me as I left last summer. I didn't leave on bad terms and enjoyed my time there and have got great friends there. I had no quarrels with anyone.
“It's good to see them doing well. It's a bit frustrating when I could have been there myself. When I was at Huddersfield I wished and dreamed of being at QPR.
“I see QPR being in the Premier League while I'm at the club. I can see us pushing on and doing what Huddersfield and Leeds have done.
“I'm delighted for my friends and hope they get what they deserve.”
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