Ben Gladwin has expressed his delight at being back on the pitch for Queens Park Rangers.
Gladwin was introduced as a late substitute during QPR’s match against Charlton Athletic yesterday, as Jimmy Floyd Hasselbaink’s side searched for a winner.
Rangers had taken the lead in the early stages through Matt Phillips, but they were set back when Jordan Cousins found the net for the Addicks.
With the scores locked, QPR needed some inspiration, and Hasselbaink turned to Gladwin to provide it.
The Dutch boss’s decision turned out to be the correct one, as Gladwin helped QPR score a late winner through Nasser El Khayati to secure the three points.
It was Gladwin’s first appearance for the London club since January, and the 23-year-old was pleased to be playing at Loftus Road again.
Good feeling to get back on the pitch for QPR pic.twitter.com/H07cMt0Lx1— Ben Gladwin (@bengladwin8) April 9, 2016
Gladwin joined QPR from Swindon Town last summer, but he has made just five appearances in total for the R’s to date.
The attacking midfielder could be set to feature again in QPR’s next match, which comes against Cardiff City.