Jenas will become a 'great asset' for QPR, insists Townsend

The winger believes his former Tottenham colleague's experience will be vital in helping the Hoops claw their way towards Premier League safety between now and the end of the term
Andros Townsend believes Jermaine Jenas will become a "key asset" for QPR once he returns to full fitness.

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The duo both made the move to Loftus Road in the January transfer window from Tottenham and the 22-year-old is sure his team-mate can make a big impact when he recovers from injury and play a major part in the club's push to avoid relegation.

Jenas has played just seven Premier League games since August 2011, but Townsend is confident that the 30-year-old has not lost his top-flight talent.

“Everybody knows what Jermaine can do – he's been a great player over the years wherever he has gone," Townsend told The Fulham Chronicle.
“We won't see the best of him until he's fully fit, but once he is, his experience will be a great asset for us in a difficult couple of months coming up."

Townsend also believes the 11-year Premier League veteran can help the younger players at the club develop and aid the Hoops in their survival push.

The winger added: “Obviously I know him from Spurs, and he was a great person for the young players to learn off there – hopefully he can do the same at QPR.”