Jack Robinson and QPR manager Harry Redknapp are agreed that a season at Huddersfield Town will provide the perfect platform for the left-back’s Loftus Road career.
Redknapp yesterday completed a reported £1m deal with Premier League rivals Liverpool for the England Under 21 player – and immediately loaned him to Town.
Warrington-based Anfield product Robinson, who turns 21 on Monday, could make his Town debut in tomorrow’s Championship clash at Watford.
He has signed a four-year contract at QPR and a season-long loan at Town and Redknapp said: “Jack is a good young player and one for the future.
“He will continue his development this season in the Championship at Huddersfield, where I am sure he will do well.”
Robinson, who will compete with Scotland international Paul Dixon for Town’s left-back berth, said: “This loan will no doubt serve me well for my future.
“I definitely need another season of regular games under my belt and I am relishing the opportunity to play for Huddersfield, then return to QPR to show what I can do.”
Robinson, who will link up with former Liverpool teammate Conor Coady at Town, made 11 Reds appearances and has Championship experience via loans at Wolves and Blackpool.
This has been a whirlwind spell, with trips to both London and Huddersfield to complete the respective moves.
He will train with Town at PPG Canalside today before travelling to Watford, and on Sunday will head to St George’s Park in Burton to join up with England Under 21s.
Gareth Southgate’s side have European Under 21 Championship qualifiers in Lithuania next Friday and Moldova on Tuesday, September 9.