QPR are giving a trial to Henry Wise, the son of former Chelsea favourite Dennis Wise, but he went off during the first half of an Under-23 game after being involved in a clash of heads.
Teenager Wise, a midfielder, is currently a third-year scholar at Derby County.
Lewis Walker, a striker who was also at Derby before recently signing for QPR, scored twice in Monday’s 3-0 win at Charlton, where young Wise was involved in a nasty collision three minutes before half-time.
Defender Giles Phillips scored the opening goal in the game at Charlton’s Sparrows Lane training ground after being found by Charlie Owens’ free-kick.
Shortly after Wise walked off after several minutes of treatment, Walker netted in first-half stoppage time by heading home a cross from Niko Hamalainen.
And Walker, the son of former England defender Des Walker, thumped in the visitors’ third with eight minutes remaining.
Young Wise was on QPR’s books before being offered a move to Arsenal four years ago. He subsequently moved on to Derby’s academy.
His father, who was an avid R’s fan as a boy, became a cult figure during an 11-year spell at Chelsea, during which he won 21 England caps.
He famously held Henry, then a baby, in his arms while lifting the FA Cup after Chelsea’s victory against Aston Villa at Wembley in 2000.