Jordy de Wijs admits he’s finally enjoying his football at QPR, after enduring a frustrating start to life at Loftus Road which saw the defender hampered by injury.

The powerful Dutch defender is on loan from Hull City and is set to play his final game of the campaign this weekend when Mark Warburton’s Rs host Luton Town in the final round of Championship fixtures.

Since moving to west London in January, de Wijs has suffered from calf, groin and hamstring problems before a broken nose ruled him out last month, restricting him to just eight appearances.

Having returned from his latest setback, de Wijs played a pivotal role in Saturday's 2-0 win at Stoke City, and hopes to finish the season in positive fashion.

“I’m happy that I’m getting regular game time,” he told QPR.co.uk.

“At the start, I struggled with some niggling injuries. But I got 90 minutes once again on Saturday as part of a really pleasing team performance.

“Hopefully I can finish strongly with another 90 minutes this weekend.

“The work on the training ground is going well and we all have a good connection with each other.”

The 26-year-old’s contract at the KCOM ends next month, though the Tigers do retain an option to extend it by a further year.

His temporary move to Loftus Road set to come to an end after the clash with the Hatters, however, Rangers do have the option to make his move permanent which is expected to happen.