Cook on road to recovery

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QPR midfielder Lee Cook has been given the all-clear to step-up his rehabilitation following a knee operation.

The 26-year-old underwent keyhole surgery in May and Rangers head physio Paul Hunter is delighted with the results of his latest scan.

"It confirmed to us that the operation was a complete success and we have now been given permission to step-up his rehabilitation," Hunter told the club's official website.

"Lee is exactly in line with where I expected him to be at this stage.

"I would also like to stress that this is a new injury and not linked in any way to Lee's previous surgery.

"It is always difficult to pin-point a return date following this kind of operation but, needless to say, we will be doing everything in our power to have Lee available for selection as quickly as possible."

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