Luke Amos insists he is ready to fire Queens Park Rangers into the Premier League, after completing a permanent transfer from Tottenham Hotspur for an undisclosed fee. 

The 23-year-old midfielder has signed a three-year deal with the Championship side, after impressing while on a loan at Loftus Road last season, scoring two goals in 35 appearances in all competitions. 

Having come through the youth system at Spurs, Amos enjoyed loan spells at Southend and Stevenage before heading to West London, but much of his early career had been largely blighted by injury.

But having made his mark in a QPR side that finished 13th last time out, Amos is delighted to have signed a long-term deal and is eager to help his new club start challenging towards the top of the table. 

“It’s been a long time coming and I’m glad it’s all sorted,” he said. “I think last season was pivotal to my development but there’s so much more to come and I feel physically and mentally ready to perform to my full potential now. 

“The year before I spent nine months out with a knee injury so to have been able to play 35 games last season at Championship level was amazing and I really enjoyed my time with the club. 

“In my first few games I was thinking about the injury, but that’s gone away now and I’m focused on my game. That’s in the past and it’s all about pushing on and looking to the future. 

“I’m really grateful for the opportunities the manager gave me. We’ve got a young squad, all the lads are great and we’re all focused on pushing towards the dreamland which is the Premier League.” 

The Hoops are back in pre-season training ahead of the new season in which they will seek a return to the top tier for the first time since their relegation in the 2014/15 season. 

Ahead of the release of the EFL fixtures, Warburton’s men were dealt a Carabao Cup first round clash at newly-promoted League One outfit Plymouth Argyle, with the tie currently scheduled to be played on September 5.