Queens Park Rangers will need to improve massively if they are to secure a play-off place in the current campaign, with most of the teams above them picking up points on a consistent basis.
The Hoops haven’t been able to ensure consistency under Steve McClaren in recent times, which has made their play-off hopes almost vanish. And, the London club waved goodbye one of their players recently, as according to BBC Sport, David Wheeler has joined Milton Keynes Dons on loan until the end of the season.
Indeed, the midfielder will link up with his former Exeter manager Paul Tisdale, who is currently at Milton Keynes.
Wheeler was recalled from his loan spell at Portsmouth on Thursday after making 18 appearances and scoring two goals. But, he wasn’t able to secure a permanent place in the side at Fratton Park, so a loan move to League Two will hopefully provide him with a regular flow of minutes.
David Wheeler will be desperate to impress during his loan spell at Milton Keynes Dons, with a run in the first-team at Loftus Road possibly being the outcome.
The Hoops must see something in the midfielder to still seek loan moves for him at 28 years of age, so he may have a future in the English capital.
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