Queens Park Rangers midfielder Karl Henry admits he's been 'dodgy' so far this season

Karl Henry has played a key role under all three of Queens Park Rangers's managers during the campaign to date.

Karl Henry has admitted to the Kilburn Times that he has put in a few ‘dodgy performances’ for Queens Park Rangers so far this season.

Henry has played regularly in central midfield for Rangers so far this term, and he has featured prominently under all three of Chris Ramsey, Neil Warnock and Jimmy Floyd Hasselbaink.

However, the 33-year-old doesn’t feel that he has been at his best to date - and he has suggested that he wants to improve over the second half of the season.

“It’s been a bit of an up and down campaign for me, I must admit," he said. 

“Up until the last few games I thought my form had been quite good under the new manager, but I’ve had a few dodgy performances here and there.

“As long as I’m doing enough to impress the manager and that gets me in the team I’m happy, and if not I’ll work even harder to force myself into his first-team plans.”

Henry is a divisive figure at Loftus Road, and he has bore the brunt of supporters’ frustrations.

The former Wolverhampton Wanderers man has been booed by QPR fans, at times, and there are question marks over his value to the team.

All three of QPR’s managers this term clearly believe that his combativeness and aggression is crucial to the London side’s chances though, and he has played in every league match to date.

QPR are currently in 15th place in the Championship table, with their next fixture coming against Wolves at the weekend.

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