Town old boy Kieron Dyer to remain in the Premier League after signing new QPR deal

KIERON Dyer has been given a stay of execution by QPR after agreeing a one-year contract extension.

The Ipswich-born midfielder played just seven minutes of Premier League football with the Hoops last season getting injured on the opening day of the season.

But Mark Hughes has opted to give the former England international another chance to provide he is still a top-flight footballer.

QPR have also offered a new contract to defender Clint Hill who had been linked with a move to Leeds United to join up with former boss Neil Warnock.

Elsewhere Peter Ramage, Danny Gabbidon, Danny Shittu, Fitz Hall, Gary Borrowdale, Lee Cook, Rowan Vine and Patrick Agyemang will all leave QPR when their contracts expire at the end of June.

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