Alejandro Faurlin reacts on Twitter after playing for QPR Under-21 side

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Queens Park Rangers midfielder Alejandro Faurlin seems happy with his recovery from a long-term injury.

Queens Park Rangers midfielder Alejandro Faurlin has taken to social networking site Twitter to suggest that he will be ready for competitive action soon.

The 28-year-old Argentine returned to training last month, and he is looking forward to playing competitive football again.

Earlier this afternoon, the midfielder posted the following message on Twitter after playing 45 minutes for the QPR Under-21 side against their Crystal Palace counterparts.


And other step closer first 45 min of football!!Great feeling!! Love to be out there in the field again!!

A photo posted by Ale (@alefaurlin) on

Faurlin has not played a single minute of competitive football since August, when he suffered a third cruciate ligament injury in as many years.

In the past two campaigns, the former Instituto man has played just 12 times for London outfit QPR.

However, the Argentine will not be able to play in the Premier League for Rangers this season if he does regain full fitness, as he is not part of their 25-man squad, according to The Mirror.

Faurlin, who has been on the books of QPR since 2009, is out of contract at the end of the season.

Rangers are currently third from bottom in the Premier League table with 26 points from 33 matches, two points behind 17th-placed Hull City, who have played a fewer game.

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