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London – Queen Park Rangers manager Mark Hughes said on Saturday that the experience of new signing Jose Bosingwa could be the key to QPR's success this season.
The Hoops picked up the 29-year-old, their eighth signing of the summer, on a free transfer from Chelsea.
“Jose has a lot of versatility, which is something I like my players to have,” Hughes said. “He can operate right across the back and can also play the holding role in midfield.
“He's another Champions League winner, the third in the squad now with Park Ji-sung and Djibril Cisse, and will add invaluable experience to the group.
Bosingwa described the move as “the most important challenge of my career” and said he believes something special is brewing at Loftus Road.
“All together, we will fight for the club,” he said. “We need time. We start now and in one, two or three years we can win something. We have to have passion and I think the results will come.”
Chairman Tony Fernandes believes the arrival of Bosingwa shows the progress the west London club has made.
“I think it speaks volumes of how far we've come as a club that we're able to attract a double Champions League winner to Loftus Road,” he said.
“There was big competition from a number of Europe's top clubs -including a few from the Premier League - for his signature, so I couldn't be more delighted that we've managed to get him here.
“Mark (Hughes) and (scout) Mike (Rigg) are dovetailing superbly together to improve our squad and this latest addition excites me as much as the seven that have preceded it.” – Sapa-dpa