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QPR youngster signs new deal

14:18 24 May 2012

Michael Harriman has signed a new deal at QPR

Michael Harriman has signed a new deal at QPR

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Michael Harriman has signed a two year deal with the club

QPR youngster Michael Harriman has signed a new deal with the club, keeping him at Loftus Road until 2014.

The west Londoners stayed up by the skin of their teeth last season and the 19-year-old wants to become a Premier League regular.

“I’ve been at the club for a while now and there’s no other place that I’d rather be at the moment,” he told the club’s official website.

“The club’s got some big ambitions and I’m hoping to be a part of those. My aim over the next couple of years is to try and become a regular in the first team side

Harriman made his only Premier League appearance for QPR last August, coming on as a substitute against Wigan.

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