QPR youngster out to impress boss Chris Ramsey in pre-season

first_img Michael Petrasso 1 QPR midfielder Michael Petrasso wants to prove himself to the club’s bosses now he has returned from injury.Chris Ramsey was appointed first-team coach back in February to work with director of football Les Ferdinand, the same month the winger broke his ankle.Petrasso, 20, is now fit again and part of the convoy that is in Italy on the club’s pre-season tour where he hopes to catch the eye.“They’ll be at the games, too, I’m sure,” he said. “No doubt they’ll be looking at me and the rest of the boys. It’s our chance to impress.“I’m looking forward to getting some game time, it’ll be my first game in a while.“It’ll be nice to get back into games and playing against different opponents, having that intensity where you want to win. Hopefully I’ll get some minutes while I’m here.“I fractured my ankle around the end of February, and I was out for the rest of the season. I’ve just come back for the last two weeks, having been out for three months. That was very disappointing.“Now that I’m back fit, I just want to stay healthy and get back playing.”last_img read more