Tottenham Hotspur loanee Jack Clarke has not made a start in the Championship at Queens Park Rangers.

Queens Park Rangers boss Mark Warburton the club’s official website that Tottenham Hotspur loanee Jack Clarke will get his chance soon.

Clarke has endured a frustrating season after being sent out on loan twice since moving to Tottenham last summer.

The winger first joined Leeds United and was unable to get game time, before he was relocated to QPR at the start of the year.

The Spurs youngster has found it similarly difficult to break into Warburton’s side at Loftus Road though.

Clarke is yet to make a start in the Championship for QPR.

However, Warburton has offered Tottenham fans hope that their youngster will be given a chance to prove his quality sooner rather than later.

“Jack Clarke, Rem (Aramide Oteh), all of these guys know that it’s there and they are going to be called upon in the next few weeks to make what I hope is a very significant contribution,” Warburton said.

When Clarke’s chance will come now remains to be seen, as the Football League has been suspended to the impact of coronavirus.

QPR were due to take on Barnsley at the weekend, but that game will no longer go ahead.

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