QPR boss Ian Holloway says he faces a selection dilemma ahead of the game against Middlesbrough following Darnell Furlong’s impressive return to action.
Holloway has tended to favour more attacking players for the right wing-back position, particularly at home.
But Furlong played himself into contention for Saturday’s match at Loftus Road with an excellent performance in the 3-1 win at Burton.
It was the fit-again Furlong’s first appearance for Rangers since October.
Holloway said: “He was absolutely magnificent. I’ve got a major problem now to pick my team, but that’s what you want.”
Holloway, who had left Conor Washington out for recent matches because of the striker’s struggles in front of goal, restored him for the Burton game.
Washington responded with a goal – his first since October – and an excellent all-round performance.
Holloway said: “No matter who you are, sometimes you have a little breath of fresh air outside it, back you come, and I thought that was as good as Conor’s played for us – ever.
“I want to congratulate him. Well done son – that’s the sort of response we want.”