QPR defender Richard Dunne reckons he spends 15 minutes every morning that could make or break his season.
The Irishman missed all of last term with a groin problem and was shown the door by Aston Villa in the summer.
Rangers boss Harry Redknapp handed the experienced centre-half a one-year deal at Loftus Road, although they included a clause allowing his contract to be cancelled if he gets injured.
And the 33-year-old has revealed he is following a special programme to try and stay fit.
“The injury has completely healed up, touch wood,” Dunne told the Chronicle . “I feel fine in that sense.
“I do bits every morning to build up the strength in my leg because I’ve not used it regularly for a year.
“It’s just a case of building the muscle back up and maintaining that. The stronger my leg is the less likely I’ll be to break down.
“It’s 15 minutes in training doing extra stretching and some strengthening work as well. It’s part of my plan.”
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