Queens Park Rangers manager Mark Warburton is hoping that Ghanaian international Albert Adomah will shine this evening when they face Bournemouth.
The experienced Ghanaian winger recently returned from injury and Warburton is banging his hopes on him against Bournemouth on Monday evening.
“The squad has risen from seven to seventeen this week, which is obviously nice!” Warburton told qpr.co.
“Now we’ll see how the likes of Lee and Albert shape up over the next couple of days.
“We’ve had no game for three weeks and it’s about getting ourselves in the best shape possible and working as hard as we can.
“It is what it is – it’s part and parcel of the situation at the moment.
“But it should be a great game and we’re looking forward to it – I’m sure the fans are, too.
“Bournemouth are a very, very good footballing team. I have lots of respect for Scott Parker and the talented players they’ve got there.
“They’ve had a challenging few weeks but their quality is evident – we have to meet what is a stern challenge.”He added.
Adomah has played thirteen games so far this season as QPR sit seventh on the league log with 35 points.