Spurs midfielder Luke Amos insists he is more determined to succeed than ever before after completing a temporary switch to QPR ahead of the 2019/20 season.

The 22-year-old has swapped one London club for another in a bid to prove himself following a rollercoaster season, which included a lengthy spell on the sidelines.

Amos suffered a season ending anterior-cruciate ligament injury last September, one month after making his Premier League debut for the North London club.

And while he admitted his nine months of rehabilitation was “tough”, the former Southend United and Stevenage loanee is raring to get going for the Championship club.

“It has been a tough nine months but I am really excited now,” he told the QPR website.

“I haven’t wasted a day in that whole time. I feel physically fit and the next step for me is being back in games and that’s something I am looking forward to.

“I feel like I was hungry to succeed before – but now I am absolutely starving! It has been such a tough journey and I want it now more than ever.

“I want to enjoy my football but that enjoyment comes from winning lots of games and playing lots of games, so that’s my target.”

With Luke Freeman expected to move to Premier League new-boys Sheffield United this window and Les Ferdinand suggesting Massimo Luongo could also depart, Mark Warburton will be keen to bolster his side’s midfield.

Having now signed Amos, the QPR boss is reportedly keen to reunite with 31-year-old Ipswich midfielder Alan Judge, who has struggled to make an impact since joining the Tractor Boys in January.

Warburton worked with Judge at Brentford during the club’s successful 2014/15 campaign, reaching the Championship Play-Off semi-finals.

Judge’s low wages makes him low risk for potential suitors like QPR, whose current financial situation doesn’t allow for risky business.

The West Londoners would reportedly still need to sell players to fund the move however.

The Irishman has just signed a two-year extension with Ipswich despite their relegation to League One so QPR will have to negotiate well if they want to see the midfielder in the famous blue and white hoops.